You can make your plants look even brighter if you hang them, in this way they better capture attention and become a focal piece of the space where you place them. There are some plants that are special for this purpose (such as curly fern or common ivy) as they have rapidly spreading stems and are ideal for use in hanging pots as gravity allows the stems to overflow downwards, but the truth is that you can use this idea for any type of plant. The easiest way to suspend hanging pots is to place iron hooks, either on the ceiling or on the upper frame of doorways and windows. Another good idea is to use the curtain rod for this purpose, so that the plants are exposed to the sun and remove them when they no longer need it.
- Curly fern (neprolepis exaltata)
- Armored Leaf Philodendron (Philodendron hederaceum)
- Common ivy (hedera helix)
- Mistletoe cactus (rhipsalis baccifera)
- Rosary creeper (cerapegia woodii)
- Bell or morning glory (ipomoea)