A vertical garden is cool! But it might seem like a lot of work to you, too. And if you don’t have green fingers, it’s like an impossible project. Fortunately, you don’t have to. In this blog we list all the easy plants for the vertical garden for you, so that you too can easily keep your plant wall alive.
There are many different types of the Peperomia. For example, they come in different colors and sizes. They are easy and beautiful houseplants, so they are very popular. The Peperomia grows best in a light place, but not in direct sunlight. Furthermore, they require little care. If the soil feels dry, then you can water a little again.
As with the Peperomia, the Philodendron is available in many shapes and sizes. For your vertical garden, the Philodendron Scandens is an excellent option, as it is a hanging plant that is easy to steer and grows quickly. This plant is happy from a place in the shade or semi-shade and only needs water when the soil is dry again.
You probably already know this plant from the outside, but it is also an ideal plant for your vertical garden inside. It is originally a climbing plant and can be very rampant, but that is only nice for your green wall! This way your vertical garden quickly turns green and you can easily create a real urban jungle.
The grass lily, or Chlorophytum Comosum, is a very well-known plant and one of the easiest plants to keep alive. He often quickly creates foothills with cuttings, making it a beautiful hanging plant. A nice side effect: It is an air purifying plant.
The Hoya Carnosa is also called the wax flower. This hanging plant, as the nickname might say, creates white flowers. The Hoya grows best in a light location, from the bright sun. Also, this plant likes high humidity, so we recommend spraying your Hoya occasionally. It is not a very fast grower, but the tendrils can grow long. If you like flowers, then this plant is definitely fun for your vertical garden!
We can go on endlessly about easy plants for your vertical garden. Because even for a difficult place in the house, there is always an opportunity to create a green wall.