Here are the best Hanging Basket Plants You can Grow from Cuttings! They are easy to multiply and great for gifting to your loved ones.
Cascading plants add beauty and style with their trailing stems. Here are the best Hanging Basket Plants You can Grow from Cuttings and multiply easily!
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Best Hanging Basket Plants You can Grow from Cuttings
Botanical Name: Epipremnum aureum
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2. Silver Dollar Vine
Botanical Name: Xerosicyos danguyi
Take a healthy leaf from the plant and allow the cut ends to heal. Lay it on a planter filled with the succulent mix, and it will root in 4-6 weeks.
3. String of Bananas
Botanical Name: Senecio radicans
You can propagate this beautiful hanging plant easily with stem cuttings. Plant it in soil, provide dappled light and keep it moist all the time. It will root in 3-6 weeks.
4. Creeping Fig
Botanical Name: Ficus pumila
Take a healthy 6-8 inches cutting and propagate as usual in a sterile potting mix. Keep it at a location that gets bright, indirect light. When you see it growing, relocate it in a hanging basket!
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5. String of Pearls
Botanical Name: Senecio rowleyanus
This hanging succulent is a must-have in the hanging plant collection! You can propagate it easily from stem cuttings. Keep in mind to maintain the moisture of the soil.
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6. English Ivy
Botanical Name: Hedera helix
For growing English ivy, take a stem cutting with at least two sets of leaves. Dip the ends in the rooting hormone and grow it in a pot filled with soil.
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7. Inch Plant
Botanical Name: Tradescantia zebrina
This easy-to-grow, fast-growing vine creates beautiful scenery in hanging baskets. You can easily propagate it from stem cuttings in water.
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8. Ruby’s Necklace
Botanical Name: Othonna capensis ‘Ruby’s Necklace’
This trailing vine has bean-like foliage with a green-purple hue. It can be propagated from stem cuttings and makes for a beautiful plant for hanging planters.
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9. Rex Begonia Vine
Botanical Name: Cissus javana
The silver-purple leaves on red stems look adorable in hanging baskets. It can be easily grown from stem cuttings. Make sure to keep it away from direct sun.
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Botanical Name: Philodendron
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11. Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Botanical Name: Thunbergia alata
Snip off a 6-8 inches long stem, remove the lower leaves, and root in a pot filled with potting mix. This beautiful vine looks charming in hanging baskets.
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12. String of Nickels
Botanical Name: Dischidia nummularia
Take a short stem cutting and leave it for a day to dry. Place it on sphagnum moss and when you notice it forming roots, transfer them to a hanging basket filled with orchid bark mix.
13. Wax Ivy
Botanical Name: Senecio macroglossus
It looks-like ivy and offers daisy-like blooms. To propagate it, take 4-6 inches long cuttings and keep it in a glass of water. Change the water every 2-3 days and when it develops roots, transfer it to a hanging basket.
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14. Grape Ivy
Botanical Name: Cissus rhombifolia
Grape ivy can be a great addition to hanging baskets. Take 4-6 inches cutting and put it in a glass of water. In 5-6 weeks, the cutting will form roots, and then you can transfer it to a growing medium.
15. Burro’s Tail
Botanical Name: Sedum morganianum
Hanging stems with plumped green leaves look stunning in hanging baskets. You can grow it from stem cuttings in a planter filled with a succulent mix.
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16. Chinese Money Plant
Botanical Name: Pilea peperomioides
This good luck plant with coin-like green foliage produces baby plantlets in the bottom. Just take them using a sharp knife and grow them in a new pot to multiply!
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17. String of buttons
Botanical Name: Crassula perforata
This easy-to-grow plant has beautiful green foliage with red edges. You can grow it from cuttings by taking a leaf from the main plant and grow in well-draining soil.
18. String of Turtles
Botanical Name: Peperomia prostrata
The shell-like patterns on the leaves resemble the turtle’s back. This semi-succulent can be grown from 2-3 inches of stem cutting easily.
19. Calico Kitten
Botanical Name: Crassula pellucida ‘Variegata’
This colorful succulent can be grown from stem cuttings. Allow the cutting to dry for a day, and then grow in a well-draining potting mix.
20. Prayer Plant
Botanical Name: Maranta leuconeura
The patterned foliage of this beautiful houseplant looks lovely in hanging planters. To grow, take stem cutting below the nodes. Propagate in a mixture of moist perlite and peat.
21. Baby Sun Rose
Botanical Name: Aptenia cordifolia
You can propagate Aptenia by taking 3-5 inches long stem from a healthy plant. Allow it to heal for 2-3 days, and plant it in a potting mix.
22. Asparagus Fern
Botanical Name: Asparagus setaceus
Though you cannot grow the plant from cuttings, it grabs a place on this list because of its sheer beauty! You can easily propagate it through division.
Botanical Name: Mentha
You can grow mint cuttings in both soil and water to have a fresh supply in your kitchen! The herb also looks great in small hanging baskets.
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Botanical Name: Impatiens walleriana
Impatiens are really easy to propagate. Simply snip off 4-6 inches cutting from a healthy plant and grow it in water or soil. It does best near a bright window. Check out our article on growing Impatiens here.