There are several varieties of indoor houseplants for decorating your best indoor hanging plants. Yet, you have to make the choices based on your tastes, convenience, and interior decor. In addition, you need to use the most suitable containers and hanging methods for decorating the plants.
Which plants are top indoor hanging plants?
There is a wide variety of plants to choose from for decorating top indoor hanging plants. The list is as follows:
1. Air Plant (Tillandsia):
Air Plant does not need any soil to survive. It can be hung in glass capsules mounted on walls or in macramé hanging plant holders. Place it in areas with good circulation and bright light.
2. Bird’s Nest Fern (Asplenium nidus):
In the wild, Bird’s Nest Fern are epiphytes that latch onto other plants and grow. The appearance of the leaves depends on exposure to sunlight. In the presence of bright sunlight, leaves turn yellow and crushed. However, in less sunlight, the leaves are flattened and healthier. Bird’s Nest Fern is native to tropical rainforests and thrives in humid conditions.
3. Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata):
Boston Ferns make the best and top indoor hanging plants since these are air purifiers and are safe for pets. Although these plants prefer humid temperatures, they can tolerate lower humidity. The feathery foliages make Boston Ferns ideal for a hanging basket. However, ensure there is enough space between the ceiling and hanging plant for proper air circulation.
4. Burro’s Tail (Sedum morganianum):
Burro’s Tail plants are succulents and retain water in their leaves. These plants can tolerate dry conditions over long durations. Also, these plants prefer lots of bright sunshine. Burro’s Tail is unique requiring low maintenance.
5. Chenille Plant (Acalypha hispida):
In its native habitat, Chenille plants reach a height of 15 feet. After getting proper care, it rapidly grows and reaches 6 feet domestically. Ensure to prune Chenille Plant when planted for a hanging basket. This plant produces “fuzzy” red flowers that in reality are a cluster of pistils.
6. Golden Pothos (Epipremnum aureum):
Golden Pothos has golden-yellow leaves in moderate light. Since the plant purifies airborne toxins, it makes one of the best indoor hanging plants. You can hang Golden Pothos in your bedroom.
7. English Ivy (Hedera helix):
English Ivy with deep glossy green leaves makes one of the best indoor hanging plants. Place the plant in a spot getting low light. Plant the English Ivy in a basket and hang it from the ceiling.
8. Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum):
Spider Plants are spindly plants that grow horizontally and vertically covering large areas. These plants have bright long leaves are referred to as ribbon plants or airplane plants. These plants are not toxic to pets. Hence, even pet owners choose Spider Plants as the best indoor hanging plants.
Above, a few plants have been added to the long list of best indoor hanging plants. Before selecting houseplants, ensure those plants thrive well in your atmosphere at home. Also, opt for plants requiring minimum care.
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