7 Easy To Care Hanging Plants Even For Beginner

7 Easy To Care Hanging Plants Even For Beginner 

Homiful.com -- There are many ways of styling our plant collection. According to the type, there are plants that are small, medium, and large. Some need pots, and some need trellises, or hanging pots. This  one here is "7 Easy To Care Hanging Plants Even For Beginner" that can be an option for you. Let's check the details, and see what's out there!

String of Pearls (Senecio Rowleyanus)


This lovely plant, with leaves that resemble peas, is a succulent, creeping vine. This, like any succulent, is low-maintenance and requires little watering. It looks great in a hanging planter with all of the vines pulled to one side to give a "spilled" impression. 

The trailing stems can grow to be two or three feet long. String of Pearls is also known as Bead Plant and String of Beads.

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum Comosum)


The Spider Plant is one of the easiest plants to care for and, once mature, is highly visually appealing. Spider plants grow babies called "plantlets" that develop from the parent plant. 

The delicately curled leaves look great hanging from a basket. When there's babies, the total impact is much more spectacular! Other popular names for this plant are Airplane Plant, St. Bernard's Lily, Spider Ivy, Ribbon Plant, and Hen and Chickens.

English Ivy (Hedera Helix)


English ivy is a woody perennial climber with a unique appearance. It is so easy to grow and care for that it is considered an invasive plant in certain nations. Having said that, it's the ideal plant to keep in a hanging basket since it won't expand and take over everything else. English Ivy, which originated in central and northern Europe, thrives in milder temperatures.

Mistletoe Cactus (Rhipsalis Baccifera)


This lovely cactus has drooping, pastel green stems. The Mistletoe Cactus grows attached to other plants in the wild by attaching itself to moss and rotting leaves! This plant produces blooms as well as little edible berries that taste similar to grapes. 

Mistletoe Cactus is relatively easy to care for, and the stems may grow as long as 20 feet in the wild (though this may take some time because they grow slowly!!). It's an excellent choice for hanging planters.

Boston Fern (Nephrolepis Exaltata)


The Boston Fern is forgiving because, while it enjoys moist soil, it is also tolerant of drought. The fronds are bushy, a bit serrated, with a vibrant green color. If you've been having problems with this plant, make sure it gets enough humidity. If you don't have a humidifier, you can spray it with water. 

Morning Glory (Ipomoea)


They are incredibly easy and fast to grow from seed, making them a highly cost-effective and enjoyable plant to grow by yourself. Planted from seed, you'll get a full, magnificent plant in a few of months. Morning glory is a climbing vine, but it may also be cultivated and shown indoors in hanging baskets.

Devil’s Ivy (Epipremnum Aureum)


Devil's Ivy is an evergreen vine that retains its green color even when kept in the dark. It takes very little care and has a satisfyingly lush looks. Because the leaves of Devil's Ivy are heart-shaped and similar to those of Heartleaf Philodendrons, the plant is sometimes mistaken for Philodendrons, even in stores. 

Other popular names for this plant are Golden Pothos, Ceylon Creeper, Hunter's Robe, Ivy Arum, Money Plant, Taro Vine, Silver Vine, Solomon Islands Ivy, Marble Queen or Marble Pothos, and Devil's Vine.

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Author        : Rieka

Editor        : Munawaroh

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