5 Beautiful Hanging Plants For The Home


Pothos is one of the notoriously easy going of all house plants. They are easy to care for, fast growers, and fill the space wonderfully.

In addition, there is a variety of different types of Pothos to choose from that fits your aesthetic needs within your home. Another great fact about the pothos is they are the most easy to care for and are quite resilient when neglected a bit.


Scindapsus have some of the most gorgeous detail on the foliage making this one stand out from many of the other indoor plants. They are moderate growers and they trail delicately with their velvety leaves.  This striking tropical plant is fairly new to house plant nurseries, and is garnering a lot of attention. Big, heart-shaped leaves are dark-green and splashed with silvery gray, giving them a satin sheen. Its compact growth habit makes Scindapsus pictus 'Argyraeus' a beautiful hanging basket plant. You'll see the best leaf color and variegation by keeping it in bright, indirect light. You'll also keep the plant healthy by boosting the humidity around it. 

 


Philodendron Brasil This common houseplant is native to coastal Brazil and grows in a vine- like or climbing fashion. It wields heart-shaped leaves and is a great addition to any office or household as it is very easy to care for, requiring minimal waterings and only needing low to medium indirect sunlight. 


Of course there's other amazing trailing philodendrons such as the neon, which is quite the eye-catcher in any home with its vibrant lime green foliage.

 

 

String of Hearts is oh so trendy and oh so lovely… This beloved plant that is quite the muse on Instagram these days has the cutest dainty hearts that trail up to 5ft long and propagate very well. The string of hearts is a trailing succulent native to South Africa.

 


Burrotail (White Stone-Crop Sedum)  is a gorgeous plush succulent that is named for its growth habit. We love this plant for its ease of care, longevity, and the pretty little pink blooms. This plant can be great outdoors and then can be brought indoors for the winter time, or if you're lucky enough to live in mild climates you may have her outside all the time.

 


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