Indoor Hanging Plants, Best For Décor

Hanging indoor plants are an excellent addition to your house as a result of the fact that, in addition to being completely beautiful, they do not take up valuable floor space and most need little care. Hanging them off the ground also means they're out of reach of children and pets, and you'll benefit from natural light near windows. The ten plants on this list can do fantastically in a hanging setup.

1 - English Ivy

English Ivy

Also referred to as English Ivy (Hedera helix), it is grown for its lush, shiny foliage both inside and outside. It's one of the easiest indoor plants to grow in low light, but it'll grow much faster in brighter light. It comes in a variety of sorts that supply completely different leaf shapes and colors.

2 - String of Pearls

String of Pearls

String of Pearls development, also known as the button orchid, can be found as a succulent groundcover in the deserts of the Southwest continent. Where they suspend fantastically in a basket, they unfold in sort of a tracheophyte across the desert floor. They root okay, so use potting soil rather than regular soil with minimal watering during the emptying pot. Its minimal leaf area reduces evaporation and water loss while hanging within the planter, too.

3 - Devil’s Ivy

Devil’s Ivy

This plant gets its common name from the fact that it’s very hard to kill. Devil’s Ivy is an evergreen tracheophyte and stays inexperienced even once unbroken in the dark. It needs little care and is gratifyingly left. Devil’s Ivy leaves are cordiform.

4 - Lipstick Plant

Lipstick Plant

During the summer and fall, this putting plant produces bright red hollow flowers that emerge from darker cases like very small lipsticks, hence its common name. Keep your plant in a bright spot, out of direct sunlight, and water when the top of the compost feels dry – even drier in winter. Mist the foliage every few days and apply a half-strength balanced liquid plant food once a month in spring and summer.

5 - Boston Fern

Boston Fern

The Boston Fern , like all ferns, likes to be comparatively damp, so it ought to be planted in a loam soil that will hold out, and regular misting is additionally suggested. Originally found in the tropics, these ferns detest being too cold and do their best in hotter areas as long as they do not dry out. Despite the fact that they prefer to be damp, they continuously check that further water will drain from the lowest, as they do not need to sit down in water either.

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Burro's Tail

Burro's tail is one of the most eye-catching succulents to grow indoors. This low-maintenance and drought-tolerant flora is usually confined to work surface planters, but it actually shines once its ropelike stems dangle from a dangling pot.

7 - Spanish Moss

Spanish Moss

This is the most common style of aerophyte that lives on live oaks and cypress trees. An epiphyte may be a low-maintenance hanging plant because it doesn’t need direct sunlight.

8 - Spider Plant

Spider Plant

Spider plants turn out babies, or "plantlets," that are offshoots that grow from the mother plant. The gorgeous, skinny, and gently sinuous leaves look beautiful hanging from a basket. If you have offshoots, the impact is even more dramatic!

9 - Hearts on a string

Hearts on a string

Long, thread-like stems dotted with small inexperienced and cream cordiform leaves, purple to a lower level, can twinkle like Christmas decorations as they catch the sun. Pink and purple hollow flowers increase the show in summer. You'll provide it with a half-strength balanced liquid plant food once a month in spring and summer, but it'll sail on regardless if you forget.

10 - Baby's Tears (Soleirolia soleirolii)

Baby's Tears

This tiny, leafy plant grows horizontally as a ground cowl, but it may look nice in a hanging scenario, dropping down gently from the sides of a pot. These are fairly easy to grow, but do need attention. If left too long in direct sunlight, they get brown leaves, and they really grow well beneath a fluorescent light if you're short on bright windows. This plant likes tones of wetness, so it's ideal for a toilet, and otherwise it ought to be unbroken damp at its roots and spritzed often.

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