Check out this exclusive list of Best Indoor Vines and Climbers to add some green glamor with the beautiful trailing plants!
Climbing green specimens not only add drama and interest to the space but also offers a stunning display of spectacular leaves and flowers. Here are some of the Best Indoor Vines and Climbers you can grow.
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Best Indoor Vines and Climbers
1. Forest Cactus
Botanical Name- Lepismium bolivianum
Endemic to the Bolivian forest, this low-maintenance, spineless cactus has thick and spilling stems. It also offers beautiful white and pink flowers.
2. Rex Begonia Vine
Botanical Name- Cissus discolor
Rex begonia vine is an exotic climbing variety, thanks to its showy heart-shaped foliage with red, white, and green hues.
Botanical Name- Pilea
Add interest and charm to your home decor by growing plants from the pilea genus, like gray baby tears, creeping charlie, and baby tears.
4. String of Nickels
Botanical Name- Dischidia nummularia
The nickel-shaped fleshy leaves make this stunning succulent a great houseplant. It’s one of the best indoor vines and climbers.
5. Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Botanical Name- Thunbergia alata
The black-eyed Susan vine is a tropical perennial or annual flowering vine that you can easily grow indoors. It loves well-draining soil, rich in organic matter.
6. Inch Plant
Botanical Name- Tradescantia zebrina
Popular as “Wandering Jew” or “Purpleheart,” the inch plant has variegated striped leaves with purple undersides.
7. Green Coins
Botanical Name- Peperomia ‘Pepperspot’
Featuring glossy green leaves and red-brown intertwined stems, this peperomia variety admires bright but indirect light.
8. Wax Ivy
Botanical Name- Senecio macroglossus
Native to South Africa, this evergreen climber rewards with variegated, waxy triangular foliage and daisy-like blooms. Do not overwater this plant to prevent root rot and diseases.
9. Swiss Cheese Plant
Botanical Name- Monstera adansonii
Fill your bedroom with tropical vibes by growing this stunning monstera variety with perforated leaves.
10. Heartleaf Philodendron
Botanical Name- Philodendron hederaceum
This philodendron species, with heart-shaped leaves, is forgiving in nature. Grow its variegated cultivars like ‘brasil’ or ‘micans’ to stylize your boring living space.
11. Creeping Fig
Botanical Name- Ficus pumila
Gardening enthusiasts love the creeping fig for its striking small, leathery variegated leaves. It looks great in hanging baskets.
12. Grape Ivy
Botanical Name- Cissus rhombifolia
The grape ivy is an exotic indoor plant that grows well in indirect bright light. Avoid overwatering this green specimen at all costs.
Botanical Name- Jasminum
Jasmine is another fantastic option to grow indoors. Make a small trellis and let this fragrant vine climb to create a beautiful display.
Botanical Name- Hoya spp
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15. English Ivy
Botanical Name- Hedera helix
This low-demanding and easy-to-grow vine love the bright, indirect sun when grown indoors. It’s one of the most amazing indoor vines and climbers on this list.
16. Kangaroo Vine
Botanical Name- Cissus antarctica
Indigenous to Australia, the kangaroo vine is a dense climber with shiny, dark green serrated leaves. It can’t tolerate full sun.
17. Teddy Bear Vine
Botanical Name- Cyanotis kewensis
Amp up the look of your monotonous home with this teddy bear vine that displays hairy, lance-shaped, chocolate-brown leaves. It can easily tolerate direct sun.
18. Betel Leaf Plant
Botanical Name- Piper betle
Grow this betel leaf vine to enjoy the look of its lush, glossy heart-shaped leaves. Furthermore, its leaves have antibacterial and antifungal properties as well.
19. String of Pearls
Botanical Name- Senecio rowleyanus
The string of pearls is a gorgeous vining succulent with tiny pea-shaped leaves. This plant can grow indoors in a sunny window.
Botanical Name- Epipremnum aureum
Pothos is an undemanding trailing houseplant that thrives in bright, indirect light as well as low light. This plant is toxic to dogs and cats.
21. Arrowhead Plant
Botanical Name- Syngonium podophyllum
The arrowhead plant is adorned with stunning arrow-shaped foliage and silvery variegation. It prefers bright light but hates the direct sun.
22. Monstera Peru
Botanical Name- Monstera karstenianum
Popular for its unique textured glossy foliage, this fast-growing monstera type is easy to grow indoors. It needs rich, airy, well-draining soil.
23. Passion Flower
Botanical Name- Passiflora incarnata
Make your home interior stand out with the striking, fragrant blooms of passiflora incarnata. It does best in full sun but can handle partial shade.
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