Spread the Love with These 5 Heart-Shape Houseplants

Sweetheart Hoya Valentine plant, sweetheart hoya (Hoya kerrii), is a popular Valentine's Day gift due to its shape. Sweetheart hoya grows into a vine with tiny green hearts that look great draped over a hanging basket.

Flowering Cyclamen A potted cyclamen is as colorful as a bunch of roses, making it the perfect Valentine's Day alternative. Some bloom rich rose-red to flushing pink, and others are pure white. The plant's heart-shaped green-and-silver leaves sweeten the offer. 

Hearts' String If one heart doesn't reflect your feelings, give several! String of hearts has trailing stalks with little, heart-shaped green and silver leaves that might be pink. This delicate vine needs lots of sunlight, so place it in a south-facing window where it can grow to three feet. 

Heart Fern Heart ferns from tropical Southeast Asia can warm up February on Valentine's Day. Mist the plant several times a day or place it in a humidifier to keep its dark green, heart-shaped leaves at their best.

Anthurium Anthurium's vivid red heart-shaped blossoms and heart-shaped leaves are very appealing. Several cultivars have pink, white, and purple blooms. Bright, indirect light produces the greatest blossoms, although the leaves are lovely even without flowers. 

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