Discover the Lesser-Known Indoor Plants for Hanging Baskets and add a distinct trailing look to your rooms. They are also easy to maintain!
These Lesser-Known Indoor Plants for Hanging Baskets look beautiful with their dangling foliage. Grow them near the window and add a lot of appeal to your home!
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Lesser-Known Indoor Plants for Hanging Baskets
1. Tricolor Hoya
Botanical Name: Hoya carnosa variegata ‘Tricolor’
This hoya variety looks great in hanging baskets with blush pink and white variegated leaves and delicate, sweet-smelling flowers.
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2. Baby Tears
Botanical Name: Pilea depressa ‘Baby Tears’
Pilea depressa is an ideal choice for hanging baskets! Its evergreen small green leaves trail beautifully from the rim of the planters.
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Botanical Name: Tradescantia albiflora ‘Nanouk’
Also known as Fantasy Venice, it has white, purple, green, and pink patterns on its leaves. The plant also produces small yellow-white blooms from pink buds in the growing season.
4. Creeping Saxifrage
Botanical Name: Saxifraga stolonifera
This stemless plant produces a loose rosette of circular olive green foliage with fine veins, trailing shoots, and flower spikes. The leaves are covered in soft hairs, which gives it a velvety appearance.
5. String of Hearts
Botanical Name: Ceropegia woodii
One of the excellent choices for hanging planters, this succulent shows off lovely, heart-shaped variegated foliage dangling on rope-like stems.
6. Moon Valley Pilea
Botanical Name: Pilea involucrata ‘Moon Valley’
‘Moon Valley’ features deeply veined and serrated leaves with deep red undersides. The plant also produces bunches of little green-pink blooms in the spring.
7. Swiss Cheese Plant
Botanical Name: Monstera adansonii
This charming monstera variety offers heart-shaped dark green perforated leaves. Some leaves have a round shape, whereas a few show narrower form.
8. Snowdrop Cactus
Botanical Name: Lepismium houlletianum
This easy-to-care-for, epiphytic cactus has flattened, long, jagged edges and long arching stems that looks eye-catching in hanging baskets.
9. Philodendron Silver Stripe
Botanical Name: Philodendron cordatum ‘Silver Stripe’
This unique philodendron variety features green, yellow, and cream stripes. It has a long trailing habit making it an excellent choice for hanging planters.
10. Climbing Fig
Botanical Name: Ficus pumila
The variegated leaves of the climbing fig, with its green and cream combination, looks charming. It grows fast and does well in bright indirect light or part shade.