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6 Best Vine Plants To Grow In Your Home

Have you been searching for that perfect plant that will vine and crawl its way around your home!? There are many options for your vine plants whether you have it in a hanging plant basket to let its leaves reach towards the floor or crawl across a surface area in your home like your wall. Place one in your bathroom, living room or bedroom and watch them grow!

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1. Pothos

Pothos are one of the easiest plants to grow in your home. This hardy indoor plant features dark green leaves splashed and marbled in shades of yellow, cream, or white. Pothos is wonderfully versatile in the home. You can grow it in hanging baskets to trail down, let it climb a totem or trellis, or grow horizontally along a tabletop or mantle. They are known as air purifies who can survive low-medium indirect light and needs water every 3-7 days. Always be sure to check the soil.

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2. Heart-leaf Philodendron

Known for its heart shaped leafs, these dark green beauties will climb their way in any room of your home. This plant loves humidity and would make a great plant in your bathroom. This lovely vining plant is said to be one of the easiest and low maintenance plants you could have in your home. I personally 100% back up this claim because mine is thriving with little to no maintenance.

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3. English Ivy

Also known as Hedera Helix, English Ivy is one of the most well known Ivy plants that is grown in homes. The love to soak up bright light and would make a great plant for hanging basket or tall shelf so as it grows it will make its way down the wall to your floor. Who wouldn't lovely locks of English Ivy in their home!?

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4. Hoya Carnosa

Hoya Carnosa, also known as Wax Plant is know for its very shiny leaves that give off a wax look. If you are looking for an exotic indoor plant Hoya is for you. They can thrive in low-bright indirect light. making it very versatile for different homes. Water when the soil completely dries out. Its thick, waxy leaves and clusters of star-shaped waxy flowers make every one unique. It's among the most tolerant of all houseplants.

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5. Monstera Swiss Cheese

Swiss Cheese Monstera gets its name from its heart shaped leaves and holes in the leaves like the cheese. This is a tropical plant so it loves its bright indirect light and humidity. This guy can grow very long as it matures and you can help its leaves grow upwards with a center post or have it grow along a surface in you home.

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6. Wandering Jew

Tradescantia Zebrina, more commonly known as Wandering Jew, when in its natural environment Wandering Jew plant can grow wild up trees and various surfaces areas. It also can thrive in your home and the purple/green leaves will add beautiful color to your home. Just as an FYI they love bright indirect light and if the light is too dim the leaves color will fade.

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