5 Gorgeous Indoor Vines to Decorate Your Home This Diwali
If you have an indoor garden and a library, you have everything. Indoor plants not only act as an instant decorating too, but they also help in keeping the environment clean and healthy.
Thus, to make your home look glamorous this Diwali, we have enlisted 5 Gorgeous Indoor Vines:
1. Creeping Fig:
Scientific Name: Ficus Pumila
Nature of the vine: It spreads along walls without any support, completely covering the wall surface in the course of time. Its aerial rootlets cling to the rough surface of the buildings.
Creeping fig vine, also known as creeping ficus, fig ivy, and climbing fig, makes an excellent addition to the home and the garden. It makes a popular ground and wall cover in warmer parts of the country and a lovely houseplant in cooler areas. Creeping fig when planted onto the walls of home makes a beautiful green backdrop.
2. English Ivy:
Scientific Name: Hedera Helix
Nature of the vine: It is a fast-growing vine with many dark green pointed leaves. The plant does not thrive under humid and hot climate. Ivy does not flower, but it is useful for covering the walls.
Ivy is a bright light houseplant. It does not need too much sunlight and grows pretty long and lush. Growing ivy is easy until the time you keep the plant happy and taken care of. You can add life to a dead corner or spice up that boring wall with swoops of indoor ivy!
Scientific Name: Scindicus Aurensis
Nature of the vine: It is a vigorous climber that reaches great heights when grown on the tree trunks. It roots easily in water. Commonly known as Money Plant, It is often trained to grow on indoor walls and windows.
Pothos is a hardy vine. It is undemanding and easy to grow. Pothos plant needs moist soil to flourish. Note that it is a poisonous plant, so place it away from the reach of kids and pets.
Scientific Name: Hoya Carnosa
Nature of the vine: It is suitable for growing in pots over bamboo trellises or for covering the tree trunks and pillars. It grows well in a well-drained shady place. Hoya plant is propagated from stem or leaf cuttings.
The Hoya Plant is also known as “Hindu rope plant,” “waxflower,” or “wax plant.” It is a low-maintenance, climbing, creeping, or wax-stemmed plant with thick waxy leaves that make it an excellent houseplant. The leaves offer fragrant wheel-like clusters of waxy or porcelain flowers with stars in their crowns. These deliciously fragrant blooms make the indoors pleasant and aromatic.
5. String of Pearls:
Scientific Name: Senecio Rowleyanus
Also known as rosary string of beads this succulent is easy to grow indoors. It resembles a beaded necklace with its fleshy green foliage sprawling over the edges of containers and hanging baskets. Its carefree growth habit makes it an attractive houseplant. Unique in appearance,
String of Pearls provides a unique focal point in the home. The tiny blooms of this lovely vine smell somewhat like cinnamon. If you always forget to water your plants, then String of Pearls is the right fit for you!
Which vine are you planning to grow? Tell us in the comments below!