9 Types of Unique Trailing Plants You Should Grow Indoors
25.01.2024 - 06:31
If you want cool plants for your home, try these unique trailing ones! Like Trailing Begonia with pretty leaves, Trailing Jade for hanging pots, Trailing Rosemary for fragrant greenery, and Trailing Peperomia with nice patterns. Also, check out Trailing African Violet, Trailing Ferns, Trailing Spider Plant, and Trailing Calathea. Read more about each one below.
Here are some unique trailing plants that stand out from the common specimens like pothos and philos of the botanical world.
You might have grown Begonias before but not like this one. You can go for Angel Wing Begonia, Trailing Bolivian, and Coral for the best display.
Forget about the typical upright Jade plant. You should try a Ripple Jade and plant it in a hanging basket or keep it on the top of a shelf.
Rosemary’s not just for culinary use – you can use this herb to add fragrant (and trailing) greenery to your home. Try varieties like Golden Trailing Rosemary and Silver Falls.
There are many good Peperomia varieties like Cupid, Red Edge, and Belly Button with beautiful patterns that will trail down nicely.
You must have seen African Violets before, but have you ever seen them cascade like a waterfall? Try growing types like African Violet ‘Red Rider Trail’ or ‘Little Trio.’
Boston sword fern is the trailing beauty and if you’ll keep its pot on a high plant stand, it will enhance the show of its trailing fronds by heaps and bounds!
These plants usually grow only 1-2 feet, but if you with Curly and Hawaiian spider plants – well, they will look exceptionally good!
Marantas offer stunning patterns and colors on the foliage and keepin them on a high spot ensures they train beautifully downwards.
If you are a fan of colors, then this is a must grow! The twin shade of green