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Hanging vine indoor plants, 3 pcs.

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Overview

Hanging indoor houseplants will add color and interest to your home. For example, a single hanging plant in a bathroom or kitchen area can brighten the space, while a few adds much-needed interest. Hanging indoor plants also creates an attractive accent in a living room or family room.

Hanging indoor houseplants are usually hung from the ceiling with rope, twine, or, occasionally, thread.

Hanging indoor houseplants are perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas of the home. While they can be hung on a window sill or door sill, they will look most attractive when mounted high on the wall.

DIY hanging plant ideas:

You don’t have to be a horticulturist to have beautiful hanging houseplants. One option is to use a table-top planter of the type you find at any home center. Most include a cut-out hole in the bottom, which will let water drain to the bottom of the planter.

If you don’t want to use an under-the-table planter, you can make your own hanging planter. Wrap a few small stones (like beach stones or river rocks) into a ball shape. When you hold the ball between your thumb and forefinger, it looks like a ball-and-stick puzzle. Cut the shape out of some poster board or construction paper. Cut a circle out of the center. Carefully, with your fingers, remove as many of the paper from the poster board circle as you can, so the bottom of the planter is open. Add a plant of your choice, then wrap the planter with thin fishing line.

Safety Tip

Avoid hanging indoor houseplants in high-traffic areas, like a children’s bedroom or playroom, a living room or family room, and a bathroom. Use only string to hang a plant, or purchase a prefabricated plant hanger.

The best houseplants for hanging include:

Agastache.This airy-looking annual blooms with cheerful purple flowers on a bushy, purple-tinged plant that is about 18 inches tall.

Bamboo palm. This tropical palm with long, fragrant leaves grows to be about 24 inches tall.

Cocos nucifera. This plant is called coconut palms, and it grows into a slender, yellowish green, evergreen tree. A standard one grows up to about 24 feet tall and is easily pruned to a 20-footer.

Spider plant. The plants in this group include Senecio cruentus, which is native to the Mediterranean. It’s also known as self-heal or paisley spider plant.

Sedum. These plants are compact, clump-forming succulents, native to deserts and other dry regions. They are slow-growing and tolerant of poor soil. They look attractive in a hanging container and may even be grown from seed, although you’ll have to start them in a greenhouse.

Spider Plant

How to care for a hanging plant:

Avoid adding fertilizer or other chemicals to a hanging indoor plant, as this can damage the plant. However, a general-purpose fertilizer such as Floramax, or another plant food, may be used.

Keep the container in the light for best growth and health. Make sure there is good air circulation, as plants can get stuck with their leaves curled in, and roots might get too dry.

Use caution when you move a hanging plant. Be careful when you move or change the water.

Water hanging plants about once a week, depending on the climate. If the leaves start to look dry, use a spray bottle to mist the plant.

When a hanging plant starts to flower, you will see the flowers droop, so don’t worry when they start to droop.

A hanging houseplant can stay in its hanging container for a long time if it isn’t a tropical plant.

Want a houseplant that makes a perfect gift for someone? Be sure to have it hanging in their home.

What you'll need

Our sellers can supply you with all the materials you need to set up a hanging plant for yourself or a loved one.

No need to purchase a separate plant hanger, unless you are using an under-the-table planter.

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Overview

Hanging indoor houseplants will add color and interest to your home. For example, a single hanging plant in a bathroom or kitchen area can brighten the space, while a few adds much-needed interest. Hanging indoor plants also creates an attractive accent in a living room or family room.

Hanging indoor houseplants are usually hung from the ceiling with rope, twine, or, occasionally, thread.

Hanging indoor houseplants are perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas of the home. While they can be hung on a window sill or door sill, they will look most attractive when mounted high on the wall.

DIY hanging plant ideas:

You don’t have to be a horticulturist to have beautiful hanging houseplants. One option is to use a table-top planter of the type you find at any home center. Most include a cut-out hole in the bottom, which will let water drain to the bottom of the planter.

If you don’t want to use an under-the-table planter, you can make your own hanging planter. Wrap a few small stones (like beach stones or river rocks) into a ball shape. When you


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