Hanging up plants keeps blooms away from destructive garden intruders, or if using indoors, can keep them away from pets and children. Some plants are toxic, and then again, you may just not want your sweet pup digging through the soil of your precious flowers. Having hanging foliage indoors purifies the air, and outside it’s simply beautiful. Either way, these are the best hanging plants for your home.
Known for their colorful blooms, orchids are not being enjoyed to their full potential when tucked tightly away in a pot. By allowing them to hang, or by mounting them on a wall, they grow more vivaciously. These beautiful bloom requires a hefty amount of humidity, so the environment may need a humidifier, or caretakers may have to commit to regular spritzing. They look especially beautiful in a wall planter.
String of Hearts
String of Hearts fall into the succulent category, and grow in a flowing cascade of vine like extensions – – they are a dramatic touch to any indoor space. Succulents are tough little guys, and can withstand drought or dry conditions. However, it is important to place the potted beauty in a highly sunny portion of the home, for optimal growth.