Whether you’re a plant pro or green when it comes to greenery, an indoor plant can spice up your space. Placing plants throughout your home can also provide a ton of benefits, from cleaning the air you breathe to promoting better mental health.
Indoor hanging plants can add a touch of the tropical, brighten dreary corners, and save on space. But with so many plants to choose from, how do you even begin to figure out which ones you should hang… and which ones you’d rather not hang with? We’ve got you, boo.
There isn’t a perfect plant that everyone should hang in their home. But these plants do have a pretty broad appeal.
Maidenhair fern (Adiantum)
Water it: daily
Sunlight it likes: partial light
With their lovely, lace-like locks of leaves, maidenhair ferns make a charming addition to any hanging indoor garden. These delicate ferns love wet, humid environments, so it’s hard (but not impossible!) to overwater them.
Because they crave so much moisture, though, maidenhair ferns require daily attention. They’ll make a great bathroom plant (especially if you’re a fan of steamy showers).
Water it: weekly
Sunlight it likes: bright, indirect light
Fun fact: There’s over 25,000 different types of orchids in the world.
With so many options to choose from, it’s no wonder you’ll love these blooming beauties. Orchids make a great hanging plant thanks to their lovely looks, low-fuss lifestyle, and easy-to-grow nature.
Some green thumbs like to use a