Vegetation with vibrant new growth
1. Rubber tree
Botanical title: Ficus elastica ‘Crimson Ruby’
This gorgeous selection of rubber plants produces huge, dark green leaves that are densely mottled with shades of purple, crimson, and white. Model New Progress develops through quite pink-red shade.
2. Variegated creeping fig
Botanical title: Ficus pumila
Juvenile progress is evident in a mosaic of colors from burgundy, then copper, bronze and mature to medium green.
3. Amelia’s Kaleidoscope Begonia
Botanical title: Begonia ‘Amelia’s Kaleidoscope’
The model evolution of this begonia choice offers a copper-bronze hue that morphs to chartreuse-lime as it matures.
4. Corsair Sempervivum
Botanical title: Sempervivum ‘Korsar’
This hill-forming small succulent offers clusters of medium-sized rosettes with spiky leaves. New advances appear inexperienced rather than turning deep pinkish-red in color with maturity.
5. Rosy Maidenhair Fern
Botanical title: Adiantum tenerum ‘Scutum Roseum’
This beautiful evergreen fern is showing new advances in pink flushed rosy leaves. It grows to a foot in height and has three feathered fronds.
6. Ti plant
Botanical title: Cordyline fruticosa
The model new advancement of this enticing houseplant appears in a pink hue that fades to a dark red-burgundy with red-pink stripes.
7. Butterfly Anthurium
Botanical title: Anthurium papillillaminum
The new model Progress appears in a charming violet-red colour. Its heart-shaped leaves turn gray-green with a crimson tinge.
8. Tricolor Fern
Botanical title: Pteris quadriaurita tricolor
This fern chooses delicate bronzes and crimsons that over time turn a medium green hue with purple stems and midribs.
9. Photograph Voltaic Flare Begonia
Botanical title: Begonia ‘Photograph voltaic Flare’
This hybrid selection produces new advances in a crimson color changing to orange-red foliage. If you want to protect the color, keep it shiny indirect gently.
10. Magnificum Anthurium
Botanical title: Anthurium magnificum
The model-new progress has a brown-burgundy hue rather than changing to green. The medium-sized leaves have distinct creamy-white veins with a velvety texture.
11. Philodendron gigas
Botanical title: Philodendron gigas
The dark green velvety foliage appears in copper tones with white veins in the early stages. Its leaves look unusual with a huge drooping appearance.
12. Inexperienced golden begonia
Botanical title: Begonia rex ‘Inexperienced Gold’
‘Inexperienced Gold’ chooses a new progression in a warm golden color with burgundy edges. The leaves beat silver with deep, unexperienced veins.
13. Cinnamon star
Botanical title: Euphorbia pulcherrima ‘Cinnamon Star’
This coral poinsettia mannequin features new advances in central bracts with a dark hue that fades sooner. Develop it indirectly glossy gently.
14. Velvetleaf Philodendron
Botanical title: Philodendron micans
The velvety, iridescent, heart-shaped foliage has new advances in many hues ranging from bronze to dark green with pink and purple hues.
15. Christina Ficus
Botanical title: Ficus ‘Cristina’
If you happen to want to develop a plant that changes the color of its leaves in what is probably the most dramatic way, then that’s it! The exemplary new foliage comes in a fiery red-orange color and changes over time to inexperienced.
16. Rainbow Jade Plant
Botanical title: Portulacaria afra ‘Rainbow’
New foliage of this cute plant comes in an overall shade of maroon with crimson options. If you want to give the foliage a vibrant hue, keep it in bright daylight.