A-List of Best Indoor Vine Plants

Indoor vine plants can easily grow in your home if you have space for them. They create eye-catching elements in your space. Indoor vine plants give your space a beautiful, green and live backdrop. Also, they improve your home’s indoor air quality. 

Indoor vine plants are very popular because they create a nice green element into your space. If they get perfect conditions or atmosphere, they can grow very fast and keep thriving for years to come. To grow indoor vine plants, you don’t have to be a professional gardener. 

Also, you can mix and match different types of indoor vine plant in your home to create a beautiful and calming environment. 

Here I am going to tell you about the best indoor vine plants, which you can grow easily in your space or home. 

A list of best indoor plants;

Bougainvillea

Bougainvillea is a low maintenance indoor vine plant. They don’t need water daily. To keep it growing, its need water only when the soil is half dry. You can prune it to keep it to a manageable size, according to your place. You can add liquid fertilizer every month into this when it blooms. 

This indoor vine plant requires full sunny conditions to grow well. But it has some little thorns, they produce clusters of pink, white, or yellow flowers. Bougainvillea likes resting and higher humidity during the winters. They grow well in highly organic soil. This indoor vine plant is toxic for cats and dogs because of thorns. They might get hurt so keep it away from them. 

Burros Tail

This is a chubby indoor vine plant. Burros tail works well in those places where the humidity levels are higher. This indoor vine plant likes to stay in one spot once you place it. And require water only when the soil gets completely dry. Keep in bright sunlight place. 

If you notice that leaves are falling off from this plant then it’s time to remove the entire stem to prevent it from infecting the rest plant. 

Pothos

Pothos is also an indoor vine plant that requires a bright place in your home. It needs low water to keep it happy. Do regular trimming of this plant and keep it short to allow for even growth. You can give it liquid fertilizer twice a month. 

This is also known as Devil’s Ivy, and this is the easiest plant to keep alive. Pothos can give support itself when it grows. This indoor vine plant produces heart-shaped green leaves. It also purifies the air and makes a beautiful environment in your space. 

Clematis

This indoor vine plant comes back every year. This is a fragrant plant and produces colorful flowers. Clematis works well as a climbing vine plant and it needs very well-draining soil to thrive. Keep it in the bright spot of your home. This indoor vine plant needs regular water when you see that the soil is starting to dry. 

This plant is toxic to dogs and cats, keep them away from this plant. It requires a water-soluble fertilizer once a month. Remove the dead branches to keep them healthy and growing. 

Bleeding heart

This is a beautiful indoor vine plant. The bleeding-heart plant produces white and red-coloured flowers. This plant grows well in humid conditions, so you can keep it at an indoor humidity level. This indoor vine plant like bright but indirect sunlight and put it in well-draining soil. 

It requires water once in a week, and you can feed them once every two weeks during the growing season to encourage fuller growth. Experts say that you should repot them every year to support a larger plant and excellent growth. 

Betel Leaf Plant

This indoor vine plant likes a partially-shaded place of your home. This condition will help in perfect growth. This plant belongs to India, and it has medicinal benefits too. This indoor vine plant is good for colds and coughs. 

Betel Leaf plant is an edible vine that is nontoxic to people and animals. It offers green, heart-shaped leaves with beautiful white flowers. It is easy to grow indoors, prune it regularly when it matures. These indoor vine plants need water regularly. 

This actively grows in the spring and fall season and goes dormant in the winter season. 

Wisteria

This indoor vine plant can grow as a bonsai plant too. This plant will bloom with fragrant blue, white, or violet flowers. Wisteria could make an excellent focal point in your space. This plant will do well under direct sunlight, it likes warm conditions. 

Wisteria is a rapidly growing plant and it requires regular pruning to keep it under control. It is toxic to people and pets, so handle this with care. Keep the soil damp without saturating it. 

Creeping fig 

This indoor vine plant makes a gorgeous wall covering the focal point in your space. Place a pole for its support in the pot and let it climb. You should keep this in rich, well-draining soil and keep it moist but not saturated. 

Keep it in a bright place but in indirect sunlight, it will work well in normal humidity levels. This indoor vine plant requires to fertilize once a month during the spring, summer, and fall month. Cut it in the winter season and give less water when the temperatures drop. 

Lacy Tree Philodendron

This indoor vine plant has very lacy roots. From this plant, you will get green leaves that splitter. Hence, the plant got the name of the Split Leaf Philodendron. It doesn’t require direct sunlight. You can keep it inside your home. It requires water alternatively but doesn’t let the top inch of soil dry out between watering sessions. If the plant’s root stays too wet then this plant will rot. 

There are so many indoor vine plants available. You just need to find out which ones go nicely together in your home conditions. You need to understand the growing conditions for each indoor vine plant to brighten up your home. You can read more about Indoor Flowering plants in our blog.

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