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My top five plant choices for Macramé Hanger – No green thumb required

 

Indoor plants are a magnificent way of bringing life into a bland, stark room. I’m sure you can reminisce days in the past where there was an abundance of indoor plants scattered decoratively throughout the home. Like the unpredictable world of fashion it has done a full 360 and is back with a vengeance. Macramé hangers just like indoor plants have made a come back. They can add that missing panache or flair to a room, are visually pleasing and space conservative. There couldn’t be a better time of year than spring to start expressing your love of nature’s beauty.

 

 

So here are my top five indoor plants that are easy to maintain and look amazing hanging from any wall in the house –

English Ivy has that timeless elegance and it trails down the Macramé Hanger for a stunning effect. It needs minimal care and likes moist soil and cool, shady rooms.

Aloe Vera has long pointy leaves, which creates a substantial impact and draws attention when displayed in a prominent location. It’s extremely easy to look after and grows well in small, sunny indoor spaces.

Snake Plant is very easy to maintain. Its leaves grow upright, which adds a striking effect when placed in a Macramé Hanger. Simple to look after it and it will grow easily in any light filled room.

Air Plants add that attractive, minimalistic look when displayed in a glass jar or pot. Just like the name suggest they don’t need soil, just air. Easy to care for, just soak them in water and let them dry out, repeat this process weekly.

 String of Pearls is a carefree succulent that sprawls over the sides of pots and accentuates a room when hung from a wall or ceiling. To care for they require water every other week and will thrive in sun filled spaces.

 

 

All of these plants are quite easy to find. Just head down to your local nursery or Bunning’s.

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