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10 types of plants hanging indoors to enhance the greenery of your home


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Once you’ve used up all of the factory setting options on the lower level, the only way to continue is to go up. And from extended potholes to fluffy ferns, indoor plants can permeate Any indoor space with tranquil woods (or luxury hotels). Bonus: The hanging tree will pull your eyes upward, which can make your ceiling look taller.

And while, technically, almost any plant can be a hanging tree if you hang it (and if it just believes …), for maximum effect, the vines will hang on the wall. beautiful is the way to go.

Just remember, when hanging your tree, make sure to get the mounting hardware for the weight of the tree and follow the installation instructions. The last thing you need is your tree falling off the wall.

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Banana chain – $ 10.00

Banana string (or string of pearls) is a super funny house hanging plant. They are native to South Africa and have loose long fringes with banana-shaped foliage that help keep the plants hydrated, meaning you won’t have to water too often. It is also available in one 6 inch can ($ 23).

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Bird’s Nest Fern – $ 9.00

Bird’s nest fern is a species of tropical fern native to Asia and East Africa. Its leaves are curly and often split ends, making the plant appear fuller. This plant prefers high humidity and partial shade.

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English Ivy – $ 10.00

Ivy is usually seen on outside buildings but can also thrive indoors with the right conditions. This plant loves light and fertilizes regularly and can easily tolerate watering.

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Rabbit’s Foot Fern – $ 10.00

The rabbit-footed fern is named after the fluffy rhizome, also known as the trunk, that grows from the soil and climbs into the pot. It has many small, fragile leaves that give a unique look but are also more difficult to care for other ferns. It prefers indirect sunlight and continuously moist soil. The leaves are also frequently misted or showered to prevent them from drying out.

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Pothos N’Joy – $ 10.00

The N’Joy pothole features beautiful leaves in cream and green colors. It has smaller, more rounded leaves than standard potholes. Like most potholes, it prefers moderate, indirect lighting and hates overexposed.

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Epiphyllum anguliger – $ 20.00

Also known as fish cactus, epiphytic cactus grows naturally attached to the limbs and trunk. It is an epiphytic cactus that blooms at night, blooming large, pink or white, fragrant flowers only for a few nights in the fall. Unlike other cacti, epiphytes prefer high humidity and water more often.

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Pteris Cretica Fern – $ 10.00

The stunning Pteris cretica (or ribbon fern) is an interesting alternative to your typical fern. It makes a great indoor or outdoor hanging plant. It requires indirect sunlight, moisture and trimming.

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Lemon button ferns

Lemon Button Fern – $ 10.00

The lime fern is easy to grow and has pretty little leaves. Its adaptability and compact nature make it great for smaller spaces. It prefers higher humidity and indirect sunlight.

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Glacier ivy

Glacier Ivy – $ 8.00

Glacier is an English ivy, distinguished by the creamy white patterns on its leaves. Plants like light, fertilize regularly, water when the top layer of soil is dry.

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Learn more about how to take care of your potholes from botanist Maryah Greene:

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