Chinese evergreen is a common name for a group of plants in the Aroid family native to Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. They’re popular houseplants for their large, colorful, and patterned leaves. Chinese evergreens are easy to grow and tolerate low-light and low-humidity conditions. They can also remove toxins thanks to their purifying abilities.
The wax begonia is a very common flowering houseplant known for its simple leaf shape and colorful range of flowers.