Here are the Best Purple Vines You Can Grow as Houseplants for an elegant and magical feel indoors. They also match well with the green plants!
Trailing plants are best for small spaces and look great on plant stands. Here are some of the Best Purple Vines You Can Grow as Houseplants for that contrasting combination!
Check out our article on gorgeous purple houseplants here
Best Purple Vines You Can Grow as Houseplants
These plants do not have a deep purple color, and some may have a very slight purple tint to the foliage.
1. Purple Heart
Botanical Name: Tradescantia pallida
The plant offers deep purple leaves, which look stunning in hanging baskets. Its foliage is lance-shaped and has a very fine layer of pale hair.
2. String of Hearts
Botanical Name: Ceropegia woodii
This succulent features delicate, heart-shaped leaves on thin vines. The foliage has a deep green shade streaked in silver on the upper side and purple to green on the undersides.
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3. Sweet Caroline Purple
Botanical Name: Ipomoea batatas ‘Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Purple’
You can grow this colorful plant in containers and baskets. The dark burgundy-purple color and texture have an attractive pattern of leaves.
4. Ruby’s Necklace
Botanical Name: Othonna capensis ‘Ruby Necklace’
This pretty trailing vine has bean-like, long, narrow green to purple and burgundy leaves on purple stems. Keep it in bright light for the best foliage color.
5. Purple Shamrock
Botanical Name: Oxalis regnellii
The distinct pinwheel leaves in rich shades of purple, along with starry blooms, look amazing in white planters. If you love purple, this is the plant to grow!
Have a look at the most amazing purple flowers here
6. Wandering Jew
Botanical Name: Tradescantia zebrina
An easy plant to grow that’s also a fast grower, it will amaze you with the contrasting combination of its leaves that are green on the upside and purple on the underside.
Check out our article on growing tips and types of Wandering Jew here
7. Royal Queen
Botanical Name: Philodendron ‘Royal Queen’
The deep red-purple foliage color of this Philo variety will make you fall in love with it! The plant does well in both direct and indirect sunlight.
Have a look at the most awesome philodendron varieties here
8. Rex Begonia Vine
Botanical Name: Cissus javana
The prominent silver-white marking on the leaves matches really well with the deep red stems and purple-hued foliage. It also looks terrific in hanging baskets.