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I love plants! I would move to Costa Rica tomorrow if it meant being around a tropical, botanical oasis.
However, I suck at keeping them alive.
Plants are finicky. They have a certain soil, amount of light, and water.
What does ‘moderate light’ even mean?! Fifteen minutes of sunlight at noon? Two hours of indirect light around 9 A.M?! Why are there no specifics!
Anyways, I don’t want this to turn into me complaining about the lack of directions on a $7 succulent.
So I have compiled a list of the most beautiful indoor, hanging plants that don’t require a green thumb!
These babies are hard to kill and beautiful to look at.
Buy a couple and decorate your kitchen, office, or even bedroom! There are no rules here. Buy a couple of hanging planters for indoor plants and mix and match the plants listed here for an urban jungle look in your apartment.
How To Hang Your Indoor Plants?
There are numerous ways to show off your beautiful indoor plants. Get creative and spread the different plants around, use them to spruce up corners and rooms that could use more LIFE.
- Attach a vertical hanger to your wall to show off the plants
- Get a ceiling planter and hang them
- Use magnets to attach them to the wall
- Inside a terrarium
- Use a ladder plant stand
- Use a suction shelf to hang on a window
- Get creative and DIY with planter boxes and rope
Best (Low Maintenance) Indoor Hanging Plants
Devil’s Ivy is one of the more popular indoor hanging plants due to its vibrant color and low-maintenance care.
Devil’s Ivy does well in bright light indoors, but can also grow in low light conditions.
String of Pearls
One of the more unique plants available. The String of Pearls is both stunning and strange with its pea-sized foliage.
These plants thrive in a dry environment with lots of sunlight. If cared for well, they have white flowers that are just lovely.
Mistletoe Cactus (pictured in the center) has long, elegant stems and is very low-maintenance hanging plant.
With proper care, it can grow 10 feet long. Keep your mistletoe cactus in an area that receives partial to full shade and keep the soil most but not waterlogged.
Boston Ferns thrive in a cool place with high humidity and indirect light. A plant mister bottle will come in handy if you decide to purchase this vibrant plant.
Since the Boston Fern thrives in humid and damp environments, this might be the ideal plant to spruce up your bathroom. One of the best indoor hanging plants at it is both attractive and easy to care for.
Burros Tail is another great houseplant that is easy to care for and propagate. You” want to keep this plant in a sturdy pot as it grows rapidly and weights a bit more than other ones on this list.
Burros Tail likes bright shade or partial sun and doesn’t need much water. The leaves in the Burros Tail stores water, so you want to avoid over watering it. Once every 10 to 14 days tends to be enough.
English Ivy grows in shady areas and is one of the larger indoor plants. The vines can grow 50 feet long! However, that can take a while, and plenty of TLC.
Its very easy to care for English Ivy as all they require is a moist soil and shade. The perfect, aesthetic plant for apartment dwellers.
Dichondra Silver has (you guessed it!) silver foliage and is the perfect plant to put in a hanging basket as it cascades down beautifully.
Due to its color, this plant looks lovely in a minimalist home with neutral tones.
Baby’s Tears almost has a moss-like appearance but its vibrantly green foliage attracts many indoor plant enthusiasts.
This plant flourishes in moderate daylight and medium to high humidity. You’ll want to keep the soil moist but never soggy.
A non-poisonous plant, this might be the perfect plant for a children’s room or nursery.
Which one of these hanging plants is your favorite?
Do you have any tips and tricks for taking care of your plants?
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