Looking for Indoor Plants that Look Better in Baskets? Here’s an inclusive list that will help you in making your space green!
Have a look at some best trailing foliage plants for Hanging Baskets here
1. Bird’s Nest Fern
Botanical Name: Asplenium nidus
One of the best choices for baskets, it does well in both shade and light. It loves humidity, so you can also grow it in the bathroom.
Check out more hanging fern varieties here
2. Chenille Plant
Botanical Name: Acalypha hispida
These plants not only look beautiful, but they also grow quickly. A well-lit window of any room will be a great place to hang them.
3. Wax Plant
Botanical Name: Hoya carnosa
Wax plant is a strikingly beautiful vining variety for indoors. It looks unique, loves high humidity, and enjoys ample hours of bright, indirect sunlight.
4. String of Pearls
Botanical Name: Senecio rowleyanus
The light-green and round leaves of this cascading succulent can spruce up the ambiance of any living space. East or west-facing windows would be an opt choice for keeping them.
Here are some beautiful Senecio varieties you can grow
5. Heartleaf Philodendron
Botanical Name: Philodendron hederaceum
Its heart-shaped green leaves look magnificent in baskets. The plant resembles pothos in appearance and a great choice for new houseplant owners.
Check out our article on indoor Philodendron varieties here
6. Creeping Inchplant
Botanical Name: Callisia repens
Also known as Turtle Vine, this ornamental plant stays evergreen. It looks charming in baskets and pots.
7. Boston Fern
Botanical Name: Nephrolepis exaltata
Attractive and versatile nature makes Boston fern a great houseplant for baskets. It is trouble-free and very easy to grow.
Botanical Name: Begonia
Popular for its striking foliage, begonias can make any corner of the room look alive! They do well in bright light and come in a variety of colors, sizes, and shapes.
Have a look at some exciting begonia varieties here
9. Pitcher Plant
Botanical Name: Nepenthes
A pitcher plant could be an ideal hanging basket candidate if you love to try something different. A warm and sunny windowsill is perfect for it.
10. Trailing Jade
Botanical Name: Senecio jacobsenii
The thin stems and leaves look akin to the jade plant, but it’s not related to crassula ovata.
11. Spider Plant
Botanical Name: Chlorophytum comosum
The pointy and slender foliage of the spider plant looks perfect in hanging baskets. Also, the green and yellow coloration of the leaves further adds to the look.
Check out our article on growing spider plants here
12. Coral Bells
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe uniflora
The dangling leaves, in super cute round shape, look outstanding with its pink flowers. It does well in indirect light and great for rooms with good air circulation and bright light.
Have a look at the most beautiful Kalanchoe varieties here
13. Watermelon Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia argyreia
The compact dimensions of this plant look great in tiny to medium baskets. Its leaves mimic the design of a watermelon, hence the name.
Here’s all you need to know about growing Watermelon Peperomia
14. Hope Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia ‘Hope’
This specimen is a hybrid between peperomia quadrifolia and peperomia deppeana. It offers a beautiful display of trailing leaves and does well in humid environments.
Check out our article on the best types of Peperomia here
15. Creeping Charlie
Botanical Name: Glechoma hederacea
The crinkled texture and dense leaves of the plant make it the top contender for baskets. It grows fast and looks great with small scalloped edges on the foliage.
Botanical Name: Impatiens
If you love flowering plants and want one for an indoor hanging basket, then try to grow impatiens!
Here are some of the best types of impatiens you can grow
17. Asparagus Fern
Botanical Name: Asparagus setaceus
Quite popular for its lace-like foliage, it adapts well indoors and does well in a humid environment. Just keep it in dappled shade, and it will continue to thrive.
18. Rabbit Foot Fern
Botanical Name: Davallia fejeensis
The plant gets its unique name thanks to its furry rhizomes. Its fronds go upright and give it a compact form that looks simply great in baskets.
19. Baby Rubber Plant
Botanical Name: Peperomia obtusifolia
A smaller rubber plant lookalike, which is perfect for hanging baskets.