Houseplants add style, colour and life to our homes. Sometimes finding space to put your plants can be hard, that’s why hanging plants are perfect. You can place them on shelves, benches or even hang them from the roof and they look incredible when they’re hanging down. You just have to make sure you don’t put them in a dark corner where they won’t receive much natural light. Below is a list of some of the top best hanging indoor plants.
Satin Pothos (Scindapsus Picus)
Scindapsus Picus has stunning foliage that would look great placed anywhere in your home. Silver Pothos have green leaves with a gorgeous silver colour throughout. They’re easy to care for and grow best when in a spot which receives bright indirect lighting with moderate humidity. When watering your Satin Pothos, wait until the top 1 to 2 inches of soil is dry. You can read more on how to care for Satin Pothos here.
Devils Ivy (Epipremnum Aureum)
Devils ivy is one of the easiest hanging plants to care for. They has green leaves with a beautiful yellow variegation going through them and thrive when placed in a spot that receives bright indirect light but they will tolerate those low light conditions which makes them perfect for that spot with lower light. Devils ivy are also extremely easy to propagate so you can turn that one plant into two or however many you want. For more information on caring for Devils Ivy click here.
Heartleaf Philodendron (Philodendron Cordatum)
Heartleaf Philodendron are another easy to care for houseplant. They have beautiful green heartshaped leaves and will tolerate low light conditions. Heartleaf Philodendron can also tolerate low humidity and don’t need watering until the soil has dried out slightly between each watering. For more information on looking after Heartleaf Philodendron click here.
Marble Queen (Epipremnum Aureum)
Marble Queen Pothos are definitely one of my favourite hanging plants. The leaves consist of a whitish yellow and green variegation and look incredible wherever you put them. Marble Queen prefer to be in a spot which receives medium to bright indirect light and need this to thrive and continue putting out those variegated leaves. Marble Queen can tolerate low humidity and water when the soil has slightly dried out between waterings. For more information on caring for Marble Queen Pothos click here.
Swiss Cheese Plant (Monstera Adansonii)
Monstera Adansonii are definitely an eye catcher with the big green leaves with holes throughout just like where the name comes from, Swiss cheese. Swiss Cheese Plants should be positioned in a spot which receives bright indirect light with high humidity and need this to thrive. You should water your Monstera Adansonii once the top layer of soil is dry. For more information on caring for Monstera Adansonii click here.
Neon Pothos (Epipremnum Aureum)
Neon Pothos are easy to care for and have bright neon green coloured leaves. They prefer to be positioned in a spot with bright indirect light for best growth, medium humidity and require water once the top 1 to 2 inches of soil has dried out. The leaves will go pale in colour if the plant isn’t receiving enough light. You can read more on caring for Neon Pothos here.