10 Beautiful Hanging Houseplants

by Marry Dell

    You don’t have large floor space? Don’t worry, it isn’t the problem here! Hanging plants is a greater alternative than just putting a plant on the windowsill or in an empty corner. To truly transform your space into a green oasis, consider growing the 10 Beautiful Hanging Houseplants today on your ceiling or walls. They not only give you a fresh look but also provides oxygen and add an unexpected touch of dimension.
    10 Beautiful Hanging Houseplants
    When it comes to decorating a home, hanging indoor plants is currently a movement that many homeowners love. Especially, those who live in apartments or urban. The growing hanging plant helps them save space and is a new, interesting way to display your indoor greenery without the need to decorate or change the color of the walls. If you are looking for ways upscale your interior home décor or add some flair, try growing the hanging plants today.

    #1 Spanish Moss

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    Spanish Moss is a low-maintenance indoor plant. It doesn’t need direct sunlight but requires spraying regularly, about two to four times a week with a mister for the best beauty.

    #2 Boston Fern

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    Boston Fern thrives in bright indirect light and needs moist soil. It is a green plant that has beautiful serrated fronds forming a bush over time.

    #3 String of Pearls

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    The String of Pearls roots very well, so it just needs regular soil with minimal watering in a drainage pot.

    #4 Morning Glory Plant

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    The Morning Glory Plant comes in different colors including red, blue, purple, pink, and white. The plant is easy to grow and just requires basic care.

    #5 Philodendron Brasil Plant

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    Philodendron Brasil Plant is easy to care for even if you don’t come with a natural green thumb. It thrives low light environments well and displays attractive heart-shaped leaves.

    #6 Maiden Hair and Berry

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    Maiden Hair and Berry grow in partial to full shade and need full sun and moist soil.

    #7 Devil’s Ivy

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    Devil’s Ivy is an easy-growing indoor plant. All it needs is a low to moderate window light and moist soil. It puts off its natural beauty by dropping its leaves down and spreading out of its hanging basket or climbing beautifully along your walls.

    #8 Bougainvillea Plant

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    Bougainvillea Plant is are sun-loving shrubs that are fairly tolerant of droughts. It grows well, even can become overgrown in your neglection. Besides, it flourishes year-round in warm climates.

    #9 Spider Plant

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    Spider Plant is an oxygen-providing plant and is the best air purifier. It features spiky lime green and yellow variegated foliage. The plant favors growing in bright indirect light and well-drained soil. Keep in mind that, avoid direct sunlight as it may scorch the leaves.

    #10 Burrito Burro’s Tail

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    Burrito Burro’s Tail belongs to the succulent family so it showcases thick meaty leaves that can retain water for a long time. Once they grow, it displays a stunning look of heavy hanging fronds that trail down from the basket forming a large pale-green ball in a beautiful waterfall. The plant prefers to grow in partial sun or bright shade and only water once a month after the topsoil appears dry.

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