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7 Indoor Vining Plants to Grow Indoors in Winter

Vining plant - adenium

Growing vines indoors in winter takes some special care, but with the right setup and plants, you can have a beautiful indoor vineyard all year round. These indoor vining plants are perfect for your home because they thrive in well-lit areas and don’t need much space to grow. 

Indoor vines also add visual interest to any room and are great for people who don’t have a green thumb. Cultivating indoor vines is also a great way to help you learn more about these fascinating plants. Let us know which ones you try!

Ficus

Ficus is one of the easiest plants to grow indoors, plus it comes in a wide variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. The ficus is a tropical plant and does best with high humidity and warm temperatures, so you’ll want to keep it near a source of water and out of drafty areas.

Ficus also benefits from being repotted regularly to keep its roots healthy. If you can provide the right conditions, the ficus is a great plant to have indoors, both because of its beauty and because it can help remove toxins from the air.

Adenium

If you have places outdoors where you can bring your adenium indoors during the winter, it’s a great choice. This succulent, native to Africa, has beautiful pink flowers that can last for several months, making it a great choice for any room.

Adenium plants prefer bright, indirect light, so they’re perfect for your office or living room. They also do well in a wide range of temperatures, so you can keep them in any room in your home.

Pothos

Pothos is an easy-to-grow, low-maintenance houseplant that is perfect for beginners. This vine is easy to propagate, so you can easily grow more plants from cuttings.

Pothos does best in a well-lit area, but out of direct sunlight. It also needs a lot of humidity, so keep it near a source of water, like a window with water sources or a tropical plant terrarium. The pothos’ variegated leaves make it a great decorative plant for both indoor and outdoor gardens.

Ivy

Many people have seen potted vines covered in flowers, but those plants are usually a type of flowering vine, which is covered in flowers. A flowering vine is great for indoor gardening, but an indoor-only variety of ivy is a great choice too. The ivy is a flowering plant that grows quickly and vines out, making it a great indoor plant. You can use an indoor flowering vine as a climbing plant or cover an indoor wall.

Hurricanes vine

The hurricane vine is another flowering vine that is commonly used for indoor gardening. This vine can grow quickly and can cover a large area, making it a great option for indoor gardens. These vines grow best in bright but indirect sunlight. Hurricane vines also need a warm environment, so be sure to keep them away from drafty areas. These vines are very easy to propagate from cuttings, making it easy to grow more of them.

Wandering Jew

Wandering jew is a quick-growing vine that can cover a wide area. This plant does best in a warm, indoor environment and does best with a little bit of direct sunlight each day. It does best in rich, well-draining soil and can be propagated from cuttings. The wandering jew is a very low-maintenance plant that is great for indoors.

Flowering vine

A flowering vine is a vine that is covered in flowers. Some common flowering vines are the passion vine, the morning glory, and the clematis. These vines can be used as climbing plants or to cover indoor walls. They grow quickly and are great for indoor gardens.

These vines are easy to care for, but they do need a little bit of sunlight each day. They do best in a warm environment, but they can tolerate a wide range of temperatures. These vines also need rich, well-draining soil. You can propagate these vines from cuttings.

Conclusion

Vines are great indoor plants because they need a lot of light and don’t take up much room. Indoors, they also don’t go dormant like many of the plants that we grow outdoors, so you can enjoy their beautiful flowers and foliage all year round.

Vining plants can be a little tricky to grow indoors if you don’t have a lot of space, but there are plenty of varieties that will thrive under the right conditions.

Pick the right type of vine for your environment and you’ll be enjoying their stunning flowers in no time! There are plenty of different vines you can grow indoors. Before you pick out a vine, think about where you’re going to put it. 

Vines need a lot of light, so they’re great for areas that don’t get a lot of suns. Choose a vine that will look good in your space, and you’ll have an indoor garden that you’ll love!

Written by Chris Buckland

Hello, I’m Chris. I’m a houseplant expert. I have been Cultivating and Growing Houseplants for 20 years. Plants are like my children. I love to write about Indoor plants and share my experience. That's why I started writing everything I know about houseplants.

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