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Enhance your Home Decor with these Top 10 In-house Vines and Plants

Chintu Das
Chintu Das
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Arrowhead

Vines and creepers or climbers are the best possible way to bring in nature into your household. In most cases, indoor vines and climbers must be planted in a hanging container, prepared to climb, or simply in a pot or vessel on a high rack. Below are few of the vines and climbers that you can grow inside your house complementary to your home decor.  

- Wax Ivy (Senecio macroglossus) 

This creeper variety of senecio looks equivalent to that of English ivy yet this active breed is luscious and looks very crushing with its malleable and soft stems with pointy, shiny foliage. 

- Inch Plant (Tradescantia zebrina) 

This awesome houseplant has lovely trailing stems with alluring zebra-designed foliage that look outstanding. Develop it in a pot or hanging bin, it'll flourish. You can likewise keep this plant in faint light, however the markings on the foliage will blur. 

- Rex Begonia Vine (Cissus discolor) 

You can always go for the alluring heart leaves of Rex begonia in a climbing assortment. It will really look terrific with its chilly silver lines and red undersides. 

- Hoya (Hoya spp) 

Delightful waxy foliage and aromatic flowers, hoya looks astonishingly beautiful when developed inside. Watering needs are low for this plant and wouldn't mind even if you miss to water it at times. The following stems of this plant are around a foot long alongside groups of sweet-smelling waxy flowers. 

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Kangaroo Vine

- Kangaroo Vine (Cissus antarctica) 

A thick climber by nature, Kangaroo Vine will thrive well in brilliant lighting conditions, engrossing you with its beautiful copper tinged leaves that develop a gloomy glossy look as they age. 

- Arrowhead Plant (Syngonium podophyllum) 

This exquisite plant desires bright areas in your house and needs watering in moderate quantities. Watering should be done when the soil turns dry and try and avoid too much of watering as it may lead to disease like root rot etc. 

- Creeping Fig (Ficus pumila) 

Creeping Fig has a slow developing pattern when compared to other creepers. It has green leaves that are small sized and has a leathery feel to it, Overwhelming development is seen with thick branches clinging to any surface. Do not over water this one and try to keep a moderately dry surface. 

- Jasmine (Jasminum) 

Several types of jasmine can be developed inside your house. For the plant to grow well, keep it at a place where few hours of direct sunlight is available every day. The selection of jasmine varieties relies upon the climate you live in. However, most of the varieties thrive in a tropical climate. 

- Betel Leaf Plant (Piper betle): 

Betel leaf plant is extremely mainstream in the Indian subcontinent. This plant has numerous culinary and restorative uses in our country. You can plant it inside, if you have a bit of space, where it receives partial sunlight, and mostly remains humid. 

- Grape Ivy (Cissus striata) 

Grape Ivy can be easily grown inside your house, however it demands a bright area as it cannot tolerate low lighting. Also water consumption is low and over watering should be avoided at all costs. 

Bottom Line: 

Choose any of the above plants or vines and bring in nature into your house.. 

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