10 Purple Houseplants to Grow at Home for a Fun Pop of Color

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Purple Heart:

Also known as Purple Queen or Wandering Jew, this trailing plant has striking purple foliage that adds a bold splash of color to any space.

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Purple Velvet Plant:

With its fuzzy, purple leaves, the Purple Velvet Plant adds texture and drama to indoor spaces.

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Purple Passion Plant:

It's relatively low-maintenance and grows well in medium to bright indirect light.

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Purple Shamrock:

The Purple Shamrock is known for its triangular-shaped leaves that are deep purple on the underside and green on top.

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Purple Orchid:

Purple orchids add elegance and beauty to indoor spaces and require bright, indirect light and regular watering to thrive.

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Purple Persian Shield:

This striking plant features iridescent purple leaves with green veins, creating a stunning contrast.

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Purple Majesty:

Also known as Purple Heart Moses-in-the-Cradle, this plant has elongated, deep purple leaves with a glossy sheen. 

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Purple Passionfruit:

While technically a fruiting vine, the Purple Passionfruit produces beautiful purple flowers with edible fruit.

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Purple Oxalis:

This charming plant has purple, triangular-shaped leaves that fold up at night and open during the day.

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Purple Vanda:

Vanda orchids are known for their vibrant purple flowers and are prized for their beauty and elegance. 

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