Be it cuttings of charming flowers or propagating plants, you can use a vase for both! Here are some Popular Indoor Plants You Can Grow In Vases!
Vases are a fun way to showcase the beauty of flowers or propagate plants from cuttings they take up so little space. Just immerse the nodes or the end of the stems in the water, add some pebbles for decoration, and you are done! Here are some Popular Indoor Plants You Can Grow In Vases without too much trouble!
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Popular Indoor Plants You Can Grow In Vases
1. Arrowhead Plant
Botanical name: Syngonium podophyllum
Arrowhead usually thrives in a humid climate and can grow fast in a vase. It likes bright light but can not sustain direct sunlight.
Botanical name: Hosta
Hostas come in a variety of sizes, texture, and colors. Just place the cutting in a vase and watch the plant thrive!
Here are some great tips to grow Hostas
Botanical name: Epipremnum aureum
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4. Chinese Evergreen
Botanical name: Aglaonema
Chinese evergreen has one of the more beautiful foliage with bright colors. You can put the cutting in a vase and transfer it to the pot when it develops roots!
Here’s all you need to know about Chinese Evergreen care
Botanical name: Philodendron
Philodendron has many species, including both climbers and non-climbers. Heart-leaf philodendron does quite well in vases!
Check out our article on the best types of Philodendron here
6. Moses In The Cradle
Botanical name: Tradescantia spathacea
With its attractive green leaves and dark purple bottom, it will serve really well as a desktop plant in a vase
7. Purple Heart Plant
Botanical name: Tradescantia pallida
The deep purple leaves with delicate and tiny pink flowers of the Purpleheart plant makes it one of the most attractive plant to grow in a vase!
8. Spider Plant
Botanical name: Chlorophytum comosum
The spider plant is one of the most popular vase plants. Just cut off one of the plantlets and put it in the vase.
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9. Wandering Jew
Botanical name: Tradescantia zebrina
Wandering jew is a fast-growing plant and its purple-colored and variegated varieties look smashing in vases!
Check out our article on types of wandering jew here
Botanical name: Plectranthus scutellarioides
The serrated foliage of the coleus plant makes it stand out from many other plants. It will do well in both glass jars and vases!
Here are some of the best Coleus varieties you can grow
Botanical name: Begonia
Begonia has thick leaves and alluring flowers and can be grown in a vase with ease through a single leaf.
Check out our article on some great Begonia varieties here
Botanical name: Pelargonium
Geranium is a popular house plant because of its minimal care requirements and bright pink flowers. Vases are also a great option to start a plant from cuttings!
Here’s all you need to know about growing Geraniums all year round
13. English Ivy
Botanical name: Hedera helix
An evergreen vine, it will look quite charming in a vase with its flexible stems dangling down!
Here are some of the best types of ivy you can grow
14. Watermelon Peperomia
Botanical name: Peperomia
With its thick and bushy foliage, the plant can be an amazing centerpiece! Columbian and Watermelon Peperomia are the best varieties you must grow!
15. Snake Plant
Botanical name: Dracaena trifasciata
The tall variegated leaves of the snake plant will look absolutely stunning in a transparent vase! It is also a great air-purifying plant!
Check out our article on Snake Plant varieties here
16. Chinese Money Plant
Botanical name: Pilea peperomioides
A compact specimen, it is a great plant that you can keep on windowsills and small tables!
Check out our article on growing Chinese Money Plant here
Botanical name: Dracaena marginata
The sword-like leaves on the slender gray stems of this plant are going to match a tall vase perfectly!
Here are some of the best Dracaena varieties you can grow indoors
Botanical name: Monstera deliciosa
The unique cut foliage of this low-maintenance plant will look more beautiful in a matching vase! What’s more, you can also grow it in the water!
19. Lucky Bamboo
Botanical name: Dracaena sanderiana
Easy to maintain, it survives in a range of growing conditions and also purifies the air! Lucky Bamboo is the most famous and recognized variety you can grow!
Botanical name: Anthurium andraeanum
The colorful bracts of the plant go magnificently well with its dark green foliage! You can also grow it in a transparent vase in the water!
Here’s all the information you need about growing Anthurium
21. Peace Lily
Botanical name: Spathiphyllum
A popular houseplant, the peace lily is also easy to maintain and looks quite classy with the combination of its white and green leaves!
Check out our article on growing Peace Lily here
22. Swiss Cheese Plant
Botanical name: Monstera adansonii
The unique-looking foliage of this plant has natural holes, resembling swiss cheese! As the plant also loves to climb, you can keep it near a shelf and watch it grow upwards!