The best hanging plants for your home

For anyone who likes to fill their home with indoor plants but lacks floor or table space, there is a whole section of your rooms that is still available to help you create the lush environment of your dreams: your ceilings.

With hanging plants, you can make the most of your vertical space, instantly add eye-level decor, and avoid tripping over or knocking over a misplaced planter. Ahead, find nine hanging indoor plants to help surround yourself with all the greenery you deserve.


Costa Farms Easy Care Devil’s Ivy Golden Pothos Live Houseplant, 10″ Tall

Costa Farms


If there’s one plant that even brown thumbs can take care of, it’s pothos. Pothos can thrive in a variety of conditions, including low light (though bright, indirect light is best), and only requires occasional watering for its trailing vines to grow. There are different varieties, including those with gold and silver leaves, and they spread easily, so you can always give new plants to your friends.

Pearl necklace

Succulent Plant Bead String

Succulent Plant Bead String


String of Pearls is a succulent vine with round, pea-shaped leaves that hang elegantly from the sides of a pot as the name suggests. It grows quickly and fairly easily, making it a low-maintenance houseplant. Place it in a sunny spot in your home where it can receive bright, indirect light, and like most succulents, it requires relatively infrequent watering (in fact, be careful not to overwater it).

english ivy

English ivy hanging plant

English ivy hanging plant


English ivy is a stately plant that can climb or cling; the plant will grow upwards before cascading down. The leaves are distinct with three or five lobes and have golden edges to emphasize their shape and give them an extra pop of color. It can be grown indoors or outdoors, with bright, indirect light, weekly watering and occasional misting.

Air Plants

DIY Air Plant Terrarium

DIY Air Plant Terrarium


Although air plants themselves are not suspended, the fact that they do not require soil means that they can be placed almost anywhere in a room, such as in hanging terrariums. If you’re looking for one or two minimal, clutter-free houseplants, air plants are for you – they need weekly misting, bright, indirect light, and a light house for them. to show.


Green Philodendron

Green Philodendron


Philodendron Heartleaf

Philodendron Heartleaf


A philodendron will reward you with heart-shaped leaves and long vines, even if you hang it in a corner or put it on a high shelf and forget about it for a minute. Give it indirect light (it can also tolerate low light) and water it every 1-2 weeks, and let it do its job. It can even reach 10 feet in length, making it a plant with long-lasting potential.

donkey tail



Succulent Box


For a unique and playful succulent, opt for Donkey’s Tail (or Burro’s Tail), which grows hanging stems filled with fleshy leaves. The bulbous leaves can be tempting to the touch, but the stems are quite fragile, so give it full sun, water when the soil is dry, and admire your plant from afar.

chain of hearts

Chain of hearts hanging basket

Chain of hearts hanging basket


Who doesn’t want to fill their room with a little more love? String of hearts is a semi-succulent that does well in bright, indirect light and can handle missed watering. It has purple vines and heart-shaped green leaves that are sure to brighten up your space. In spring and summer it can also produce small purple flowers.

Spider Plant

Animated Root Spider Plant

Animated Root Spider Plant

living root


Bonnie Curly Spider Plant 4'' From California

Bonnie Curly Spider Plant 4” From California



Spider plants are as easy-going as their “messy hair, don’t care” aesthetic. They have long, thin stems that can grow young plants (or spiderlings) from the ends, which you can use to spread into more plants. Give a spider plant bright, indirect light and water it when the soil is dry.

bird’s nest fern

bird's nest fern

bird’s nest fern


Bird's Nest Fern 6

Bird’s Nest Fern 6″ inch pot



Bird’s Nest Fern is a great tropical addition to any home that could use some livening up. Bright green, wavy fronds grow from the middle of the plant, which resembles a bird’s nest, and as the fronds grow, they arch up dramatically. The fern does well with medium to bright indirect light and watering every 1-2 weeks, but as a tropical plant it prefers wetter conditions (for example, hanging in a bathroom).

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