5 Striking Trailing Plants to Grow At Home

5 Striking Trailing Plants to Grow At Home

Spring has sprung across our homes in Australia! Now's the time to refresh your space with some new plants. If you're looking for trailing houseplants that are going to give the WOW factor, look no further! These green wonders not only infuse your home with nature's beauty but also adapt well to Australia's diverse climate.

Rope Hoya (Hoya carnosa compacta)

The Rope Hoya, also known as the Hindu Rope Plant, has waxy, twisted leaves that make a quirky display. Whether you're in the tropical north of Queensland or the cooler southern regions, this low-maintenance houseplant needs bright light and infrequent watering. Use Grow Concentrate to get those flowers pumping!

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum)

The Spider Plant is an iconic houseplants that is the lowest of low maintenance. Want to know the bonus? It has air-purifying properties! These hardy, adaptable plants can handle a wide range of conditions, from the mild climate of Sydney to the more extreme temperatures in the arid regions.

Heartleaf Philodendron (Philodendron scandens)

The Heartleaf Philodendron's heart-shaped leaves add a touch of elegance to any room. Like most philos, these houseplants are resilient lil green babes, making them suitable for most Aussie climates. Keep them in a well lit area to keep the vines bushy.

Spanish Moss

Air Plants are the ultimate low-maintenance choice for Australian homeowners. Since they don't require soil, they're perfect for areas with limited space. Did you know that you can dilute Grow Concentrate, and soak your airplants to keep them fed?

String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus)

These notorious plants are a little trickier to get right, but stunning once you do! This plant can thrive in bright, indirect light, and well-draining soil. Mix and match to give texture to your plant shelf. 


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