Climbers, Vines, And Trailing Plants

Peperomia Scandens Care Guide

Peperomia scandens, sometimes known as False Philodendron, Peperomia nitida, or Cupid Peperomia, is perfect for hanging pots, as it grows quickly and produces long vines that can reach 5 feet! It features beautiful lime green leaves on pinkish stems, and it’s also available in a variegated form that has cream, gold, and green hues. Interested in growing your own Peperomia … Read More

Pearls And Jade Pothos Makes A Gorgeous Hanging Basket

There are so many varieties of Golden Pothos or Epipremnum aureum to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which one to go for. One variety that you should consider is Pearls and Jade, which is a sport of the Marble Queen cultivar, with some of the most striking variegation you can get on a Pothos plant. This particular … Read More

How To Grow And Care For Marble Queen Pothos

If you’re looking for an eye-catching, variegated trailing plant that’s easy to care for, Pothos ‘Marble Queen’ might be next on your list. This is a vigorous plant that produces new vines quickly in the right conditions and will be fine if you leave it to its own devices for a little while. This plant isn’t too demanding when it … Read More

Hoya Wayetii Care Guide

Hoya wayetii is not the most well-known trailing plant, with its unusual, elongated leaves in shades of green and even pink or red, if the light levels are high enough. It’s not exactly rare, but it’s not as commonly stocked in nurseries, and it’s unusual enough that it’s worth searching for it, as it’s easy to care for as long … Read More

Tradescantia Fluminensis: Inch Plant Care And Tips

Inch plants are very popular houseplants, not just because they come in all sorts of bright colors and are easy to care for, but also for their trailing habit, and how easy it is to make many plants out of one single stem! Tradescantia fluminensis is a gorgeous plant that grows quickly and doesn’t require much in the way of … Read More

Callisia Repens (Creeping Inch Plant) Care Guide

Callisia repens, or the Creeping Inch Plant, is a striking trailing plant with tiny, heart-shaped leaves in shades of green, usually with pink stripes. It has a creeping growth habit, and with time, the vines will tumble over the edges of the pot, making a curious display in any room. Interested in growing your own Creeping Inch Plant, but you’re … Read More

Philodendron Tortum Care Guide And Info

If you love Philodendrons or houseplants in general, but you’re looking for something a little more unusual than what you’ve grown before, Philodendron tortum may be the next plant on your list. It’s not the easiest Philodendron to care for, but what it has in fussiness, it makes up for in beauty, with its very narrow, fern-like leaves, which look … Read More

Hoya Pubicalyx Care

Hoya Pubicalyx is a beautiful Hoya with deep green leaves, sometimes featuring silvery spots on the foliage and purplish stems. The plant comes into its own when it blooms, boasting starry pink flowers in dramatic clusters. It also helps that this plant is relatively low-maintenance, as long as you get the care right from the get-go. Not sure if Hoya … Read More

Scindapsus Treubii Moonlight – Growth And Care Guide

The Scindapsus genus isn’t the most well-known when it comes to houseplants when compared to Pothos and Philodendron, but it is worth considering, as there are many beautiful plants to choose from. ‘Moonlight’ is a gorgeous example, featuring large, thick leaves in a silvery green, which is where the common name comes from. This striking vining plant looks perfect in … Read More

12 Indoor Vine Plants You Should Grow In Your Home

Vining plants are great for the home when you have a shelf that’s crying out for tumbling foliage, or you have exhausted your surface-space option when it comes to growing houseplants, and you want more plants! It also helps that the foliage of vining plants tends to be the most interesting, and some of the most beautiful plants you can … Read More