10 Neon Houseplants for a Bright Indoor Garden

Bright neon returns. This colour trend returns every few years. This season, gardeners are choosing bright colours and neon foliage and flowers. Houseplant growers have neon alternatives.

1. Ace of Spades

Like other Arums, Anthuriums have lengthy spadix flowers. Colourful shields, waxy modified leaves, enhance every atmosphere. Ideal conditions allow the flowers to bloom year-round, enhancing your indoor plant collection.

2. Croton

Don't expect one neon colour. Several will arrive. The most common veined variants feature red, orange, yellow, and lime green leaves, although other species have diverse patterns and colours for every interior.

3. Kalanchoe

Multiple kalanchoe species are available. The popular Kalanchoe blossfeldiana is bright. Reds, oranges, yellows, and pinks glow everywhere. Controlling light in summer boosts blooms.

4. Polka Dot Plant

Polka dot plants are usually green and pink, but others are white or red. Neon pink with speckled patches on green is the brightest. Place your polka dot plant in bright, indirect light most of the day for optimal colour.

5. Nerve Plant

Nerve plants colour leaf veins rather than large areas. The leaves resembles a nervous system, hence the common name. Contrasting colours accentuate the neon impact of leaves, especially pink ones.

6. Caladium

This set of over 1,000 neon cultivars offers plenty of options. Pink, white, red, and green work well in neon or sci-fi gardens. The patterns vary from striped to mottled, so check around to pick your favourites.

7. Chinese Evergreen

The capacity to flourish in low light makes Chinese evergreens popular. Brighter patches are excellent for highlighting their colour. Avoid direct sunlight, which can burn plants and fade its colour.

8. Dumb Cane

Dumb canes wilt and get mushy when overwatered. Water regularly but avoid waterlogging the soil. Use your finger to ensure the top layer of soil is dry before watering again.

9. Heartleaf Philodendron

The neon heartleaf philodendron ‘Lemon Lime’ cultivar. Yellowish green leaves glitter like highlighters. These vibrant leaves will brighten your indoor garden year-round because to its rapid growth and easy upkeep.

10. Philodendron Golden Violin

Golden violin leaves fade from neon yellow to lime green over time. Spring brings multitudes of new leaves, creating continual contrast between the leaves. The leaves' distinctive form adds to their appeal.

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