INDOOR HANGING PLANTS FOR HOME GARDENING
Hanging plants are perfect for apartments or small houses as it is so space-saving.
Nevertheless, you can put it in big homes too as it enhances the beauty and cleanses the air.
For me, indoor plants always make me happy and lift my mood.
So if you are a plant person then I am sure you will love the list.
1. STRING OF PEARLS
A succulent plant that requires very little maintenance.
Perfect for hanging plants as its leaves look so cute.
This is a creeping vine whose stems can trail up to 3 feet long.
It looks amazing in a container while hanging from the ceiling.
2. DEVIL’S IVY
Devil’s Ivy is almost impossible to kill.
An evergreen vine that stays requires very little light or care.
This indoor hanging plant looks beautiful in the corner of your living room.
But be careful as it is toxic to pets.
So if you are a loving pet person then avoid this one.
3. BOSTON FERN
One of the most gorgeous indoor plants for me.
Whether you put on a table or keep it hanging.
The vibrant green leaves make the room so lively.
And yes this is non-toxic so happily stays along with the pets.
4. GREEN IVY
Ivy plant do not like to be watered much.
So the container should have perfect drainage.
Fertilizing once a month is also a good option.
Not safe for cats and dogs.
5. BURROS TAIL
Burro’s tail is arrayed with thick, fleshy green leaves.
This hanging indoor house plant is well suited for warm temperatures and is drought resistant.
Excess water can cause the roots to rot.
Burro’s tail; plant does require bright sunlight.
6. MORNING GLORY
Morning glory is a vine plant that bears some beautiful flowers.
Very easy to grow from seeds and you can have a fully grown morning glory plant in just 2 months.
Looks lovely when kept in baskets.
Morning glory produces many colorful flowers. So choose your one which you want to keep to enhance your home beauty.
Not cool for cats and dogs.
7. ASPARAGUS FERN
This indoor plant makes any room looks so classy.
A white container is all it needs.
Asparagus ferns require a bit of humid weather. So if you think your indoor air quality is too dry then it won’t be for you.
You have to water it regularly.
Although the plant tolerates full sun still it is better to keep it in a bit shade which can prevent its leaves turning yellow.
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