13 Indoor Plants You Can Grow in Wine Glasses

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Here are the most beautiful Indoor Plants You Can Grow in Wine Glasses to showcase their beauty in small spaces!

Did you know that you could do a lot more with simple glasses? Like using them for growing beautiful plants. We’re not kidding, it’s possible. We’ve got many Indoor Plants You Can Grow in Wine Glasses with ease. Stay tuned!

Indoor Plants You Can Grow in Small Wine Glasses

1. Air Plants

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Botanical name: Tillandsia

Let’s start with a simple air plant. You can use these to create a mini zen wine glass by pairing them up with gravel and cute tiny figurines.

2. Succulents

Here’s a trio of wine glass succulents with tiny stones and corks. And the best part? You can choose any small succulent – it’ll grow easily. Try making a mini wine glass succulent garden like this!

3. Cacti

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You can also try a lovely dessert wine glass display with small cactus plants. Take inspiration from this idea and add colored sand and stones.

Don’t miss these DIY Wine Glass Centerpieces 

4. Ferns

Discover inspiration in simplicity by showcasing elegant ferns in wine glasses full of potting mix. Their lush green fronds will add a touch of nature’s beauty to your indoor space.

5. Baby Tears

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Botanical name: Soleirolia soleirolii

Dive into the world of mini tropical paradises with baby’s tears in tall wine glasses. As the plant’s delicate stems grow, you’ll be transported to a lush, serene landscape right in your home.

6. Lucky Bamboo


Botanical name: Dracaena sanderiana

Infuse a touch of serenity into your living space by incorporating lucky bamboo in a wine glass filled with rustic brown pebbles. You can also pair it with painted wine bottles to create your own harmonious display.

7. Spider Plant

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Botanical name: Chlorophytum comosum

Find inspiration in the ethereal beauty of a spider plant gracefully suspended in a wine glass filled with water. Let this idea spur your creativity as you create your own wine glass masterpiece.

8. Painted Leaf Begonia


Botanical name: Begonia Rex

Witness the mesmerizing interplay of light and foliage with this Rex Begonia in water. The best part – you can grow by leaf cuttings. We have an article on how to do it here.

9. Pitcher Plant

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Botanical name: Nepenthes

Take a dive into the fascinating world of carnivorous plants, and let them take shape in a wine glass full of soil. If you can provide the right care and be meticulous in your approach, the results will be rewarding!

10. Micro Greens

Get inspired by the art of urban gardening as you grow microgreens in a tall wine glass. Go with any old wine glass, and its elegant shape will become the perfect vessel for cultivating microgreens.

11. Purple Wandering Jew

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Botanical name: Tradescantia pallida

Also called the purple heart, the striking purple and green foliage of this plant finds a charming home in wine glasses. Purple foliage goes amazingly well with the clearness of the glass and water.

12. Radiator Plant

Plants You Can Grow in Wine Glasses

Botanical name: Peperomia

Why settle for a plant when you could have a tiny jungle? Add a bit of dirt and some stones, and plant a tiny peperomia with moss in a wine glass.

13. Bladderwort

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Botanical name: Utricularia calycifida

You can also fill up an old wine glass with a lovely bladderwort. It’s a carnivorous plant that loves to be waterlogged, so you won’t need to worry about drainage.

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