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Hanging Around

What Can a Hanging Plant Do for Your Home Experience?

When we talk about houseplants and gardens, the images that come to mind are potted snake plants, rows of pansies, and succulents at your computer. But what about hanging plants?

An extremely powerful application of plant arrangement, hanging plants can do so much for whatever space you are wanting to enhance. Here are our top 3 favorite ways to include hanging plants in your home.

1. A Clay Pot in Macramé

The combination of a warm, clay pot in a macramé hanger gives a space a warm, cozy feel. We suggest potting succulents, cacti, and some of the Hoya varieties (like Shooting Star or Hindu rope).

2. Plants that Clean the Air

What’s better than a plant that actually works for you? With the vinous elegance of plants like Pothos and Philodendron, or the fun and full spunk of Ferns, you can have a hanging piece of art that also purifies the air.

Hang them in your living room, kitchen, and especially bathroom for a boost in healthy air quality.

3. Hanging Glass Pots

A great way to make a space feel light and airy is adding in a hanging pot, glass or ceramic, or Air Plants. These pots fit many styles: modern, farmhouse, shabby chic, and really any where you want to feel a little more relaxed.

What ways do you use hanging plants + pots?


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