10 Cheap(ish) Rare Houseplants!


If you’re like me, you can’t get enough of filling your living spaces with all types of plants. But sometimes it’s hard to find a rare plant that won’t break the bank.

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Syngonium Pink Splash – This beautiful and unique pink and green plant will add some color to your collection without costing an arm and a leg.

Philodendron Melanocrism – With its dark leaves and striking veins, this philodendron is sure to impress.

Raphidophora Cryptantha – This trailing vine with heart-shaped leaves is perfect for hanging baskets or climbing up trellises.

Philodendron Florida Ghost – The soft silver-grey leaves of this striking plant are sure to be a conversation starter.

Monstera Silte Picana – This mini-version of the popular Monstera deliciosa will give you that signature split-leaf look in a compact size.

Philodendron Cream Splash – A variegated version of the classic philodendron, this beauty has cream-colored spots on its deep green leaves.

Anthurium Forgetii – This low-maintenance plant produces bright red flowers against glossy green foliage that’s almost iridescent in certain light.

Alocasia Dragon Scale – If you’re looking for something exotic yet affordable, this plant’s metallic-looking scales should do the trick!

Villadendron Billet– Despite being labeled “difficult”, once successfully grown it brightens any indoor space up by adding cascades of bright pink and purple colors while covering wide areas

Aglanema Pictum Tricolor – Displaying one of nature’s most stunning shades: Green- White leaf structure accented with vibrant maroon stems.

You don’t have to break the bank to add some unique and rare plants to your home. All of these options are not only affordable but also eye-catching additions to any plant collection.

FAQs:

Can I grow these plants indoors?
Absolutely! These rare houseplants thrive in indoor settings with good lighting and proper care.

Are these plants hard to take care of?
While some might require a bit more attention than others, all of these plants are fairly low-maintenance with proper care.

Where can I buy these plants?
Many local nurseries or online shops offer a variety of rare houseplants, including those mentioned on this list. Do your research first!

Should I fertilize my rare houseplants?
Yes! Regularly feeding your plant with appropriate fertilizer will keep them healthy and encourage growth.

How often should I water my rare houseplants?
It depends on the specific plant, but as a general rule, wait until the top inch of soil is dry before watering again.

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