These Are The Best Houseplants For Those Trendy Hanging Baskets

A level up from window sill.

Hanging Basket Plants Working From Home

by Jazmin Kopotsha |

I know what you're thinking. You've made the terrarium, you've ordered the african violets and your snake plant is well and truely part of the furniture. Yet, your home doesn't quite feel there yet. Something's missing from your houseplant game, and I think it might be the hanging basket.

You know how when you see those cool jungle garden type rooms over on Pinterest and Instagram and they look full and vibrant and alive with all of the houseplants in all of the right places? Well, the vibe is not as out of reach as you might think. The key is levels. Forget the window sill, it's time to put some plants even higher.

Vertical gardening is the name of the game, you guys, and it'll completely revolutionise your interior vibe. Save for potentially having to duck and dive your way through your house, hanging plants could be the solution to trying to fit all the nice things in your teeny tiny space.

In the words of Wham!, if you're gonna do it, do it right. You don't want to go plonking any old plant in your cool new hanging pots. These are the ones to buy to make the most out of suspending a plant in the air.

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SHOP: Best Houseplants For Hanging Baskets

Trouva, Ceropegia Woodii House Plant, £15
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Bakker, Tradescantia 'Green Hill', £17.99
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Patch, Theodore, £18
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Feather & Nest, String of Pearls Trailing Plant, £18
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Waitrose Garden, Aeschynanthus 'Mona Lisa' lipstick plant, £24.99
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Beards & Daisies, hanging fishbone cactus, £26.99
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