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Trailing and Hanging House Plants

Trailing houseplants enhance the interior of your home. Senecio 'String of Pearls' with its bead-like foliage, makes an ideal indoor hanging basket plant, or for a high shelf, where its long trailing stems will make maximum impact. Or choose the ever popular spider plants that children love. With their brightly variegated, strap-like foliage arches and cascading stems they're one of the most favourite house plants with their lovely tumbling effect.

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Trailing house plants – more info

Trailing house plants are perfect for bringing nature into your home. Use them to trail down from hanging baskets or shelves, or train their growth up a plant support for a vertical display. See our Frequently Asked Questions for more advice.

What are the best trailing house plants for low light?

Chlorophytum comosum, known as the spider plant, will tolerate low light levels. Hedera, or ivy is another plant which tolerates low light well.

What should I feed trailing house plants?

A balanced liquid house plant feed applied fortnightly is ideal and we stock drip feeders to make it even easier.

Which house plants need the least care?

Among the most forgiving house plants to grow are philodendron, Zamioculcas zamiifolia, Chlorophytum comosum, hedera, and tradescantia.