Plants are one of the most adorable and beneficial home décor things one can have. You can simply store them anywhere in your home. They not only add flair and flair but also keep the environment cleaner and greener. Plants have their own aura that they manage to spread in our homes. Small houseplants are a great option if you’re short on space, however they may not always be the best option. There is a good chance that you have plenty of hanging space around your house. However, not all plants do well in hanging pots. It is important that you do your research thoroughly before bringing these little friends home. Well, to keep things simple for you, here is a list of some of the best hanging plants that you can take home and rejoice just by looking at them.
These low maintenance plants can be kept anywhere. The best part about them is that they don’t need soil to survive. You can hang these air plants in a glass terrarium with color accents or place them in a fancy planter. However, be sure to keep these plants in a location with good circulation. Also plenty of bright light for everything they need to grow.
2. Arrowhead plant:
Also known as arrowhead or five-fingered vines, these plants derive their name from the changing shape of their leaves that begin as an arrowhead shape and eventually grow a few “fingers.” The most common example of these plants are money plants that grow just as well in a hanging basket as they do in a regular potter. With shades of green, pink and burgundy, these plants grow well in humid conditions and are a great choice for your bathroom or kitchen.
3. Donkey’s tail:
Classified as succulents, these plants can survive without water for long periods of time and prefer a lot of sun. They have thick, fleshy leaves like any other succulent and are mostly preferred indoors and do best in rooms with plenty of space where they can crawl freely.
4. Golden Pothos:
The variegated, golden-yellow leaves of these plants look very elegant and require a moderate amount of light to bring out their colors. One of the best hanging houseplants, these plants are known to purify airborne toxins and help you breathe better and contribute to a better night’s sleep.
5. English ivy:
Mainly seen covering stone and brick walls, this is a very common plant seen in almost every home. You can decorate the interior of your home with these plants or dedicate an entire wall to them so that they grow and flourish. You can also place these plants in a hanging basket, and for a more contained look you can let the leaves loosen from a hanging basket. English ivy grows larger than any regular hanging plant and therefore it is important that you make sure to grow them in plenty of space.
6.The pitcher plant:
These plants become carnivorous to survive if their native soil lacks the proper nutrients. These plants prefer clean water and moist soil to grow fully and fully. This plants are tall with vibrantly colored “pitchers” that will attract prey. You can place these plants in your kitchen or living room to keep unwanted insects away.
7. Spider plant:
These slender plants cover a large amount of horizontal and vertical space and are perfect for filling empty spaces in your home. The plants have long, glossy leaves and are also known as “airplane plants” or “ribbon plants.” They are easy to care for and are a great option for pet owners as they are non-toxic to furry friends.
8. Trailing Jade:
They are smaller green in color with circular leaves and thin stems. You can find them dragging rocks and crevices in their native tropical habitat. These plants have small roots, and overwatering can damage their root system. Watering these plants is recommended only when the soil is dry and is perfect if you have less hanging space.
9. Wavy Peperomia:
With heart-shaped leaves that come in a variety of colors including green, red, gray, and cream, you can find beautiful indentations in some varieties depending on the colors and patterns. The unique appearance of these plants makes them the centerpiece of your home, as their textured leaves are visible even from a distance.
10. Chenille plant:
This plants grow quickly and can grow to great lengths when cared for. Pruning helps these plants grow and is ideal if you want to keep them long and healthy. Plants cause quite a stir and are a huge change of pace from the usual green houseplants. If you are a plant lover and are always discovering ways to spruce up your space with these green friends, you can choose from some of these hanging plant options and help improve the aura and ambiance of your interiors in no time.