Indoor Vining Plants are the best way to decorate your interiors without compromising on precious wall space!
These leafy indoor vines cascade beautifully from pots and shelves without you putting much effort into their upkeep!
Look at these Purple Trailing Varieties for a Colorful Decor!
Indoor Vining Plants
Botanical Name: Epipremnum aureum
Pothos is one of the most popular houseplants and decks up almost every household with its lush, heart-shaped foliage. The best part—it roots easily in both water and soil and requires minimal attention.
2. String of Hearts
Botanical Name: Ceropegia woodii
3. English Ivy
Botanical Name: Hedera helix
Its glossy, deep-green leaves showcase a distinctive, five-lobed shape, making it stand out. Just give it enough support to climb and watch it thrive even in the shadiest corners of the house!
4. Philodendron Brasil
Botanical Name: Philodendron hederaceum
Its heart-shaped leaves come with playful streaks of yellow and lime, making it a lively addition to any room. Hang it up and watch those vines cascade down with effortless charm.
5. Heartleaf Philodendron
Botanical Name: Philodendron scandens
Ever wanted a low-maintenance friend? The Heartleaf Philodendron can be if you can manage one who’s eager to trail or climb and adapt to almost any light. It’s like the easygoing green pal who doesn’t require attention every now and then!
6. Arrowhead Plant
Botanical Name: Syngonium podophyllum
Starting out with compact, arrow-shaped leaves, it eventually sprawls out into lush, trailing vines. And those leaf colors—from green to pink are simply a show-stopper.
7. Jade Pothos
Botanical Name: Epipremnum aureum ‘Jade
Jade Pothos is that effortlessly cool plant you need. Solid green, heart-shaped leaves, trailing or climbing—it’s perfect for giving your space a touch of green. Plus, it’s super easy to care for.
8. Wandering Jew
Botanical Name: Tradescantia zebrina
The Wandering Jew plant brings a pop of color with its purple and silver-striped leaves. Fast-growing and dramatic, it’s pretty adaptable to growing in water and can settle there forever!
9. Wax Plant
Botanical Name: Hoya carnosa
The Wax Plant is a bit of a slow-grower, but its waxy leaves and star-shaped flowers are worth the wait. If you’re into that tropical vibe, this one’s a must-have.
10. Burro’s Tail
Botanical Name: Sedum morganianum
Burro’s tail’s plump, teardrop-shaped leaves create an eye-catching trail. It’s perfect for sunny spots and super easy to care for, especially if you’re often forgetful with watering.
11. Lipstick Plant
Botanical Name: Aeschynanthus radicans
The Lipstick Plant is like a splash of fun in your home! Bright, lipstick-like flowers and trailing vines make it a real conversation starter, especially when exposed to bright, indirect light!
12. Pothos ‘Marble Queen’
Botanical Name: Epipremnum aureum ‘Marble Queen
The Marble Queen is like the sophisticated cousin in the Pothos family with its creamy white and green marbled leaves. Hang or shelf it; either way, it’ll make your space look like a million bucks.
13. Monstera Deliciosa
Botanical Name: Monstera deliciosa
Those big, tropical leaves with unique splits scream ‘jungle chic’, especially when displayed like this. It’s a statement piece that also happens to be pretty easy-going and comes in rare colors like white!
14. Chinese Money Plant
Botanical Name: Pilea peperomioides
Want something cute and round? The Chinese Money Plant has got you covered with its coin-shaped leaves. It’s super trendy and adds a quirky touch to any spot.
15. Philodendron Micans
Botanical Name: Philodendron micans
The heart-shaped leaves have a velvety texture and a color that shifts from green to purplish-brown. Perfect for adding a touch of luxe to your indoor jungle!
16. Tradescantia Pallida
Botanical Name: Tradescantia pallida
Popular as Purple Heart, this plant is all about drama with its deep purple leaves and trailing stems that can add a moody vibe to any corner. Plus, it’s pretty tough and easy to grow.
17. Cissus Rhombifolia
Botanical Name: Cissus rhombifolia
The Cissus rhombifolia, often called the ‘Grape Ivy,’ is like having a mini vineyard at home. Its tendrils and textured leaves give a rustic, outdoorsy feel, ideal for cozy spaces.
18. Swiss Cheese Plant
Botanical Name: Monstera adansonii
Swiss Cheese Plant is the Monstera Deliciosa’s funky sibling. Those leaves with quirky holes are super playful and bring an instant tropical flair. It’s a must-have for any Monstera lover!
19. Hoya Kerii
Botanical Name: Hoya kerrii
Hoya Kerii is the heartthrob of the plant world, literally. Its heart-shaped leaves make it the perfect gift for someone special (or for yourself!). Plus, it’s a slow grower, so it’s a long-term companion.
20. String of Pearls
Botanical Name: Senecio rowleyanus
String of Pearls is like a beaded necklace for your home that can be displayed in many ways. Its unique, pearl-like leaves cascading down make it an eye-catching piece in hanging baskets.
21. Creeping Fig
Botanical Name: Ficus pumila
The tiny leaves and fast-growing vines of a Creeping Fig can cover a wall or trellis, giving your space a mini-forest feel.
22. Nepenthes Ventricosa
Botanical Name: Nepenthes ventricosa
This ‘trappy plant’ is a common sight in humid, tropical environments in countries like Borneo, Malaysia, and the Philippines. It basically stands out with its distinctive modified leaves that show intricate, pitcher-shaped structures.
23. Rex Begonia Vine
Botanical Name: Cissus discolor
The Rex Begonia Vine stands out with its attractive foliage, showing off patterns of silver and green with purple undersides along burgundy vines. It is best to shelf them at a high platform for a beautiful foliar show!
Botanical Name: Tropaeolum majus
Nasturtium is the multitasker of the plant world. Its bright, edible flowers and lily-pad-like leaves along the vines not only beautify your space but also spice up your salads!
25. Pilea ‘Moon Valley’
Botanical Name: Pilea involucrata
Moon Valley’s deeply textured leaves, resembling craters and valleys, make it an addition of great spiritual symbolism. Plus, this sprawling plant doesn’t grow overly big, making it fit for busy gardeners.
26. Tradescantia Nanouk
Botanical Name: Tradescantia ‘Nanouk’
Tradescantia Nanouk is a newer variety, cultivated in 2017, sporting stunning thick foliage with streaks of purple and silver. It’s a hardy plant but requires regular trimming to avoid those unsightly leggy growth.
27. Mistletoe Cactus
Botanical Name: Rhipsalis baccifera
Mistletoe Cactus brings a bit of the wild with its spaghetti-like, trailing stems, more like a mini jungle in a pot. It is great for creating that rainforest vibe.
Botanical Name: Caladium bicolor
Caladiums are like living fireworks, with their heart-shaped leaves bursting in colors of pink, red, white, and green. They don’t really vine around but require support to flaunt themselves in full glory!