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Adding a touch of green to your home is a great way to make it look stylish and beautiful. Hanging Plants are beautiful and have become trendy in recent years mostly because they are easy to grow and maintain.
While they are a great way to add dimension to a bare room and make it trendy and stylish, you don’t want plants that require a lot of care. So, here are some unique hanging plant ideas which you’d love to add to your home.
All these plants are hard to kill and low on maintenance and even the laziest gardener will be able to keep them around. Sounds great, huh?
So, whether you want to try out plants inspired by Pinterest or born with a green thumb, they are suitable for just about anyone.
15 Beautiful but Hard to Kill Hanging Plants
1. Spider Plant
The spider plant is one of the most popular and easiest to grow making it perfect for beginners. Due to their unique appearance, they make a room look beautiful. According to a study by NASA for clean air, spider plants can filter formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene from the air. So, spider plants are 2 in 1, make your room look good, and filter the air of toxins.
2. Boston Fern
Boston Fern or Sword Fern is one of the most common houseplants today. It is a natural survivor and it’s beautiful arching leaves adds vibrancy to any space.
Boston fern is also credited with improving air quality and is non-toxic too!
3. Asparagus Fern
Asparagus fern is virtually indestructible and its graceful green vines covered in tiny bright green leaves are a delight and adds to the beauty of any room.
These plants are poisonous and should be kept away from pets and children.
Bromeliad is one of the most beautiful and low-maintenance flowering hanging plants. Their flowers may take a long time to bloom but their beauty is worth the wait. The best part about them is their ability to grow even without soil and growing them mounted is a great way to show off this quality. They give an exotic and dramatic look to your home.
5. String of Pearls
I have to admit that I was fascinated by the String of Pearls at first sight. It’s unique among all the plants because of its leaves which grow into spherical little balls. It’s definitely unique and spectacular, plus it is extremely easy to take care of, just leave it under sunlight and keep the soil moist.
6. English Ivy
English Ivy is a beautiful but quick-spreading plant and looks good as a vine or hanging plant. It looks attractive and is best suited for a cooler spot as it’s not too fond of warmth.
7. Devil’s Ivy
Devil’s Ivy is a climber and got its name because it can survive in any condition from acidic to alkaline which makes it almost impossible to kill. It’s trailing stems carry heart-shaped leaves and can have multiple colors (Gold is most popular). Devil’s Ivy is toxic, so keep it out of reach of children and pets.
Hanging peperomia varieties are hard to find than other peperomia varieties but they are equally easy to maintain. Hanging peperomia is also less well known than other varieties but is equally fancy. These plants are known for their ornamental foliage.
Ficus or Figs are among the most popular indoor plants mostly because they are easy to grow and maintain. Creeping Fig or Ficus Pumila is the best hanging varieties of this plant. The beautiful variegated varieties of the Creeping Fig are more difficult to locate than the solid green type but it’s worth the effort.
10. Air Plant
As indicated by their name, air plants (real name Tillandsia) don’t need soil to grow as they get the majority of their nutrients from the air. These little beauties can grow just about anywhere with protection from winds making them a perfect houseplant. The plants with silver foliage are hardier than green ones. Air Plants might be the easiest plant you’ll ever grow.
11. String of Bananas
This plant is unique and amazing, unique because of its leaves which resembles Bananas and amazing because it grows like crazy. It is not fussy about care as well, just leave in a warm and bright area but not under direct sunlight and can go without water for 2 weeks. It is also known as ‘Fishhook Plant’ and ‘String of Fishhooks’.
12. Dichondra Silver Falls
It is an amazing trailing plant and looks stunning with its silvery-green foliage cascading from a hanging basket and makes a nice addition to any home. It’s low on maintenance and prefers sunlight & dry growing conditions.
13. Fishbone Cactus
The unique appearance of this stunning plant is a real eye-catcher and can grow virtually everywhere with absolutely minimal care. Due to its unique appearance, it is also known as Ric Rac, Zigzag, and Fishbone orchid cactus.
Fishbone cactus thrives in indirect light and prefers to dry out between watering.
14. Snake Plant
It is an extremely hardy plant that comes from the fact that it can be neglected for a month and still look fresh. They thrive in low light and humidity, so its best to place them in your bathroom. It only needs watering when the soil is dry to the touch. It looks beautiful with its snappy and tall leaves.
Plus, it can get rid of dangerous formaldehyde, a chemical used in a lot of cleaning products around your home. Though they look better when not hanged, they are good for those with so-called ‘black thumb’.
15. Christmas Cactus
Christmas cactus is a great addition to nearly any home or office space and can thrive for many years with minimal care. It is renowned for its uniqueness and spectacular flowers which come with a variety of bloom colors including white, red, orange, purple and shades of pink.
Put it anywhere and your home will definitely look like one of those trendy rooms you desire, just make sure not to keep it under direct sunlight.
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Now, you no longer have to worry about killing your green friends if you are busy thanks to these low-maintenance plants. For any questions about these plants, shoot a comment below! We’d love to hear from you and help you out!