30 Stunning Indoor Plants in a Jar Ideas

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Check out some amazing Pictures of Plants in a Jar that will give you an idea of how you can keep them in small places with ease!

If you want to keep Plants in a Jar, then you can take ideas from these eye-catching pictures that we have lined up for you!

Here are the best plants you can grow in vases and jars

Pictures of Plants in a Jar

1. Silver Dollar Plant

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2. Chinese Money Plant


3. Jade Plant

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4. Oxalis

5. Pothos

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6. Philodendron Cordatum

7. Lucky Bamboo

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8. Aloe Vera

9. Donkey Tail Plant

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10. Dragon Tree

11. Peace Lily

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12. Elephant Ears Plant

13. Snake Plant

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14. Anthurium

15. Calathea

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16. Ferns


17. Ivy

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18. Fiddle Leaf Fig


19. Prayer Plant

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20. Swiss Cheese Plant

21. Arrowhead

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22. Hosta

23. Dumb Cane

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24. Cordyline


25. Monstera

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26. English Ivy

27. Geranium

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28. Coleus


29. Wandering Jew

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30. Spider Plant


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  1. CADE I think you are asking if the plants that have been in water can go into soil later. Yes they can but during their transition, you have to keep the soil a little more moist than usual. Thats what they’ve been used to. Gradually cut back ( wean them ) from so much moisture. I try to grow the moody ones in water😉…..less to fuss with

  2. I’m about to line my friend’s kitchen windowsill with these ideas – she’s been wanting some cuttings from my plants! Thanks for these ideas/specificying plants to use!
    I see some of these are in dirt; is that because they don’t do well in water?


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