10 Indoor Vines that Grow in Water

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These Indoor Vines that Grow in Water are the best way to bring nature into your home without worrying too much about soil and maintenance!

Even if you’re not an ideal plant grower, you can plant these Indoor Vines that Grow in Water in decorative vases and glasses without worrying about maintenance.

Discover the names of the best indoor vines 

Indoor Vines that Grow in Water

1. String of Hearts

String of Hearts Vines that Grow in Water

Botanical Name: Ceropegia

Growing strings of heart in the water is super easy. Its heart-shaped leaves with white patterns do best in bright, indirect sunlight. Just remember to change the water every 7-10 days.

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2. Pothos

Pothos on table top

Botanical Name: Epipremnum aureum

Pothos is often confused with philodendron, another popular houseplant with beautiful heart-shaped foliage. All it needs is a warm spot with bright, indirect light. The best part is you can grow all the pothos variety in the water.

Here’s all you need to know about growing pothos in water

3. Rex Begonia Vine

Rex Begonia Vine on windowsill

Botanical Name: Cissus javana

The plant is easy to propagate in water and looks great due to its unique foliage, like no other plant. Keep the vase or container in a bright spot but not in too harsh direct sunlight.

Fun Fact: There are also other plants from the Cissus genus that you can grow in water. Discover the names of more cissus plants here.

4. Inch Plant

indoor Inch Plant on table

Botanical Name: Tradescantia zebrina

The inch plant, which is also known as wandering dew, is super easy to grow in water, but it needs all day long, bright indirect sunlight to grow well. Check out the step-by-step tutorial here.

Check out our article on the best Wandering Jew types 

5. Cebu Blue Pothos

Cebu Blue Pothos vine Grow in Water jar

Botanical Name: Epipremnum pinnatum

The magnificent hue of blue in the foliage of this plant can make any place look special. Just subject the plant to bright, indirect sunlight, change the water regularly, and watch it thrive.

6. English Ivy

English Ivy on glass table

Botanical Name: Hedera helix

Both are easy to propagate and grow in water. The lush green foliage of the English Ivy looks spectacular. Additionally, you can also grow wax ivy in water, a similar English ivy lookalike. Learn more about growing ivy in the water here!

7. Philodendron

Philodendron Vines near window

Botanical Name: Philodendron

Philodendrons is one of the most mainstream houseplants. It needs minimal care and is quite adaptive to all indoor environments. A glass of water and bright indirect sunlight is all it needs to grow roots. You can grow many philodendrons in water–it’s easy!

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8. Swiss Cheese Plant

Swiss Cheese Plant cutting in glass jar

Botanical Name: Monstera Adansonii

The Swiss Cheese Plant, also known as Monstera deliciosa, is one of the most popular Indoor Vines that Grow in Water.

Tip: Take a cutting from a healthy, mature plant and place it in a water-filled container. Keep the container in a warm, well-lit location, and ensure that the cutting has enough support as it grows.

9. Silver Vine

Silver Vine in glass bottel and jar

Botanical Name: Scindapsus

The beautiful silver vine can also be grown indoors in just water. It’s a great addition to any home or office, as its leaves are known to purify the air and bring a touch of nature to any space.

Just make sure to change the water regularly to prevent the growth of bacteria.

Check out these Beautiful Scindapsus Varieties

10. Arrowhead Vine

Arrowhead Vine infront of window

Botanical Name:  Syngonium podophyllum

Native to Central and South America, the Arrowhead Vine is known for its arrow-shaped leaves that can come in shades of green, pink, and white. It can tolerate lower light conditions and is easy to propagate.

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