Indoor Hanging Plants for Beginners

Indoor Hanging Plants for Beginners

Needless to say, none of us are born with the innate ability to garden and everyone has to start from somewhere. It can be a bit difficult to ascertain which plants might be good for those who only have a foot in the door, but we are here to solve that particular conundrum. Here are a few indoor hanging plants that beginners can go with.

  • Boston fern – it is non-toxic to dogs and cats. They grow up to 3 feet high. They require indirect sunlight and well-drained soil. It should be kept in a cool place with high humidity. 
  • Mistletoe cactus – this type of cactus does not have thorns. It grows up to 6 feet high. They require partial shade and well-drained soil. It is easy to grow mistletoe cactus from cuttings.
  • Morning glory – its seeds are poisonous, hence make sure you keep it away from your children and pets. They grow up to 10 feet high. They require direct sunlight and well-drained soil that is moderately fertile.
  • String of hearts – they store water in their leaves and hence can survive in dry conditions. It grows up to 2 to 3 inches high. They require bright indirect sunlight and well-drained soil. 
  • Devil’s ivy – also known as the golden pothos. If grown indoors, it can grow up to 6 to 8 feet high. Requires partial to full shade and well-drained soil. 

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