Exploring the Fascinating Blue Colors in Plants

The color blue represents both the sky and the sea and is associated with open spaces, freedom, intuition, imagination, inspiration, and sensitivity. Blue also represents the meanings of depth, trust, loyalty, sincerity, wisdom, confidence, stability, faith, and intelligence.

Isn’t it just delightful how the color blue graces plant leaves? It’s truly mesmerizing to come across various plant species adorned in that enchanting shade, creating a sense of wonder every time.

Since 2003 we’ve started to cultivate plant species from the jungle of Borneo, we found a lot of beautiful plants like Pterisantes sp., Scindapsus sp., and many more. Blue-colored plants are still the most eye-catching plant.

Wandering what makes them have blue colors like the sea and sky?
Plants would be blue if their photosynthesis were based on phycocyanin instead of chlorophyll. Since there are organisms on Earth that use this, it’s not entirely implausible that it could be used also by higher plants in an alternate world.

The green color on the leaves is pretty and most of the leaves are green.That’s why that blue color has become so popular, especially for terrarium plants. It’s so shining and fascinating. These are plants with a blue color that you may think the same way.

Mapania Caudata
The native range of this species is Peninsula Malaysia, Borneo. It is a perennial or rhizomatous geophyte and grows primarily in the wet tropical biome.













Lindsaea doryphora
Lindsaea doryphora is a fern plant, native to; Bangladesh, Borneo, Jawa, Malaya, Myanmar, Philippines, Sumatra, and Thailand.













Selaginella Sp.
Selaginella is the sole genus in the family Selaginellaceae, the spikemosses or lesser clubmosses, a kind of vascular plant.

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