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Best hanging indoor plants

Hanging house plants not only bring color, texture, and warmth to your home, but many are exceptional at improving the air quality of your home. Bringing hanging plants into your home will also boost your mood. They are easy to grow and maintain, making them the perfect addition to any home.


They are perfect for small houses without much space and they look beautiful when covering bare walls and shelves. 


Hanging plants are beautiful, and because they are easy to grow and maintain, they have become trendy in recent years. There are many options to choose from when deciding on a hanging plant to bring into your home. Choose your favourites in terms of flower and leaf color, how the plant drapes from the container, what type of light it needs, and the care requirements.


Use a nutrient-rich soil and be sure to allow for drainage; choose hanging plants that make sense for your climate and for the spot where you plan to leave them; and water often—without much soil to retain water, hanging plants need vigilance or they'll dry out. 


Here are some of the best hanging plants for your own place:


ENGLISH IVY


The English Ivy is known for its timeless elegance. It is a gorgeous, deep green, glossy plant. This classic plant is one of the best indoor plants for low light. Suspend a basket of English ivy from a ceiling and admire the elegant, cascading vines. It is easy to grow and is perfect for minimalist décor. It requires the soil to be moist and thrives best in cold temperatures. 


POTHOS


One of the easiest houseplants to grow, Pothos is a tough plant that grows in most conditions, including water or dry soil. It’s also known as one of the best houseplants for purifying air by filtering the air of toxins and making it the perfect plant for your bedroom. Hang Pothos near your bed and breathe easier at night. The variegated leaves trailing over a pot will brighten up your space.

Pothos will enjoy a variety of environments and do best when placed in low light.


SPIDER PLANT 


It’s easy to see why the spider plant has stood the test of time, they’re super-easy to grow, tolerate all levels of light and they don’t mind if you miss a weekly watering. Spider plant, also called airplane plant, grows well in containers or hanging baskets. And, spider plant is remarkably good at filtering indoor air.

The spider plant’s unique appearance will add visual interest to any room and make beautiful bedroom plants. It is one of the most popular hanging plants and thrives well in bright to medium light. It is easy to grow, making them a great starter plant for beginner gardeners.

 

BOSTON FERN


For decades the Boston fern has been grown as a tropical accent plant inside the house or in the garden. Indoors or outside, Boston fern maintains its lush good looks with minimum care. Give this plant high humidity and consistent moisture and it will reward you with long arching stems of spring-green foliage.

The feathery foliage of Boston Fern makes for a truly beautiful indoor hanging plant. Keep in mind that Boston fern loves humidity; be sure to spray it with water daily to keep the leaves from drying out.


JADE PLANT


Jade Plant is an exceptionally robust hanging basket plant and is easy to grow and maintain. They are considered good luck symbols, making them a great addition to your house or office. It is not only an excellent hanging plant but also is one of the best low light houseplants. With proper watering and maintenance, Jade plants can last for at least 20 years.


DIEFFENBACHIA


Tropical in nature, Dieffenbachia, thrives in dry climates. They are incredibly adaptable to a variety of different kinds of lighting and soil conditions, and you can grow them in copper pots as well as hanging baskets. Like with most houseplants, too much moisture can cause problems. 


PHILODENDRON


Native to rainforests philodendron adds a tropical vibe to your home. This indoor hanging plant is a shade lover and is extremely low-maintenance. You might have a hard time choosing a philodendron, as there are many beautiful varieties with diverse shades of color and shapes of leaves.

The heart-leaf philodendron is best known for its dark green, heart-shaped leaves. They are an easy to grow foliage plants that prefer to be in direct sunlight but do well in just about any kind of light. It is uniquely flexible, allowing it to be placed anywhere throughout your home.



PEPEROMIA


These hanging plants are known for their ornamental foliage. They are easy to grow and are one of the smaller houseplants, so you don’t need a lot of room. They thrive in medium or bright sunlight and are drought tolerant. 

This interesting plant is native to many tropical climates, often found in cloud forests and rainforests growing as an epiphyte (on wood). The genus of Peperomia includes over 1,000 species presently recorded. There is bound to be at least one that would grow well in your home.


STRING OF PEARLS 


String of pearls is one of the most distinct indoor plants with its plump, round 'pearls' that resemble peas. These beads are actually filled with water to help string of pearls survive periods of drought. The vibrant green color lights up a room and looks dramatic when spilling out of pots.


STRING OF HEARTS


This lovely indoor hanging plant grows long and intricate foliage. String of hearts (Ceropegia woodii) has variegated green and silver leaves with hints of purple. The thin heart-shape leaves romantically dangle off fine vines. Suspend string of hearts as high as you can and let it grow!


AIR PLANTS


Air plants have quickly become an indoor gardener favourite as of recent. These lovely plants require little maintenance and can be displayed in creative ways. Air plants work well as hanging plants in glass capsules, mounted on walls, or in macramé hanging plant holders. Every gardener should try air plants in their home. This pretty accent piece will fit perfectly in a corner or can be hung as a centerpiece above a table. Air plants are great for this project because they're extremely low maintenance and their foliage mimics tentacles. 


Make sure your planter has a drainage hole so that plant’s roots remain healthy. If you’re worried about your furniture or floors getting wet on watering day then all you have to do is to take your plant to the sink and allowing it to sit after watering until any excess water drains out.


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