10 Indoor Hanging Plants to Create a Home Jungle in 2024

Plants were made to embellish your homes and surroundings. Get a home full of green with these stunning options!

By: THURSD. | 07-04-2024 | 4 min read
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Hanging plants indoors is always a fun and great idea to add more green to your homes. If your interior design skills are not the strongest, there's no need to worry, that's why plants exist. Indoor hanging plants are exclusively designed to add a different perspective to every space where they are placed.

Indoor Hanging Plants You’ll Want to Have In 2023

Here's the simple answer: plants are life, and having life around you and your indoor spaces will just make everything better, scientifically proven. Depending on where you're bound to hang your plant, having an indoor plant hanger will always be a great idea as well.


Seven indoor hanging plants to have in 2023
Photo: Contemporist


When hanging plants indoors, you'll also want to pick a strategic place that will allow your plants to thrive in the light that spot receives—whether it's bright, medium, or low light. Remember to choose your plant according to the spaces you have at home. Here's a compilation of seven indoor hanging plants that will turn your home into a beautiful jungle this 2023.

1. Tillandsia (Air Plant)

To start off the indoor hanging plant repertoire you have tillandsia, also known as the air plant. These beauties love bright, indirect light, so make sure to place them in a spot that allows them to receive a daily soft dose of sunshine to make them happy. The tillandsia is considered one of the seven greatest indoor hanging plants to turn your home into a jungle in 2023 because besides being able to grow on any surface, air plants do not require potting mix to grow. To make sure they're always happy, make sure to spritz them with water once a week to ensure the proper level of moisture.


Indoor hanging plants Tillandsia air plant
Tillandsia by Porch Light 


2. Bird's Nest Fern (Asplenium Nidus)

This is a superb hanging plant to have indoors because bird's nest fern will either grow upward toward the sun or in long, trailing leaves. To obtain the best results, floral professionals recommend hanging bird's nest fern in a place with indirect light that doesn't get direct sun. A little humidity pairs amazingly with this plant!


Indoor hanging plants Birds Nest Fern
Bird's Nest Fern from Pinterest


3. Peperomia Is One of the Best Indoor Hanging Plants

Commonly known as 'radiator plants', the hundreds of variants that make up the peperomia family are plant lovers' favorites at the moment of turning homes into jungles. Their alluring and enticing shape and easy-to-grow nature make it one of the seven best indoor hanging plants to have at home. With the presence of perfectly round leaves, water can be kept in for a long time meaning you won't have to water it regularly, giving you a break from the plant's parent life.


Peperomia indoor hanging plant
Peperomia by Whistler Plant Store


The best part is your pets will also be happy, as it's a pet-safe plant that requires medium indirect light with streaks of sun.

4. Silver Philodendron (Scindapsus Pictus)

Hanging indoor plants is a great way to explore what types of green plants you like or not (visually). One of the best indoor hanging plants is the silver philodendron. This trailing plant definitely earns a spot in the seven indoor plants that will let you create an amazing jungle at home in 2023 because it can grow to maturity with a hybrid of both colors or with a predominantly silver color, and gracefully trail down when placed in a hanging planter.


Silver philodendron hanging plant
Silver Philodendron by Scyppan Green


5. Marble Pothos (Epipremnum Aureum)

Give this beauty medium, indirect light and you'll be impressed with how beautiful it can look in your home jungle. Known for their lush vines, the marble pothos is very simple to care for and is low maintenance. No wonder it's an all-time plant favorite! This species needs relatively little attention to grow into long, trailing lengths in your home. It's also an optimal choice for beginners since it can be easily propagated by cutting their stems. Read all about pothos in the article 'Pothos Plants - Care & All There’s to Know About This Houseplant'.


Indoor hanging plants Marble Pothos
Marble Pothos by Live Trends


6. String of Hearts (Ceropegia Woodii)

If you want to invest more time as a plant parent, the string of hearts is a perfect option as it does require a little more care than other indoor hanging plants. It's considered a succulent with lush leaves comparable to a garland of hearts. The string of hearts is a bit of a hybrid succulent because of its water and soil needs. Remember they need to be watered more often than other succulents, but don't like to sit in water.


Indoor hanging plant String of Hearts
String of Hearts by House Beautiful


7. English Ivy (Hedera Helix)

These common indoor hanging plants prefer moderate sunlight and do well next to a window but they will adapt to slightly shadier conditions, too. Let the soil dry completely in between waterings. They make great indoor hanging plants to have in every room of your house if you're a real plant fan.


Hanging english ivy plant
English Ivy by Bakker


Getting your house to look like a real-life jungle can get very real if you opt to include these wonderful indoor hanging plants. Soak up your spaces with beautiful green plants and their purifying properties. 



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