Plants for Vase: 25 Popular Houseplants You Can Grow Indoors

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Plants for Vase 25 Popular Houseplants You Can Grow Indoors

Vases can be used for both cuttings of beautiful flowers and seedlings of new plants. Some Popular Indoor Plants You Can Grow in Vases Are Below!

Flowers and cuttings can be shown off in vases because they take up so little room. Just add some pebbles to the water, and you’re done! Here are some of the most popular indoor plants that may be grown in vases with little effort!

Arrowhead Plant

arrowhead plant

Botanical name: Syngonium podophyllum

Arrowhead is a plant that does best in moist environments and can develop quickly when kept in a vase. It thrives in strong light but cannot tolerate prolonged exposure to sunshine.

Hosta

Hosta

Botanical name: Hosta

Size, texture, and colour all vary widely among hostas. A vase is all that is needed to grow a new plant from the cutting!

Pothos

Pothos

Botanical name: Epipremnum aureum

In ornamental containers, Pothos’ heart-shaped green and white leaves look fantastic. In order to thrive, the plant requires only minimal attention and indirect light.

Chinese Evergreen

Chinese Evergreen

Botanical name: Aglaonema

A Chinese evergreen’s vivid leaf makes it one of the most eye-catching. The cutting can be kept as an air plant in a vase and transferred to a pot when it grows roots!

Philodendron

Philodendron

Botanical name: Philodendron

The philodendron genus contains a wide variety of plants, both climbers and non-climbers. In a vase, heart-leaf philodendron is a hit!

Moses In The Cradle

Moses In The Cradle

Botanical name: Tradescantia spathacea

It’ll look great in a vase on a desk thanks to its lovely green foliage and deep purple underside.

Purple Heart Plant

Purple Heart Plant

Botanical name: Tradescantia pallid

There is no better vase plant than the Purpleheart plant, thanks to its deep purple leaves and beautiful pink blossoms!

Spider Plant

Spider Plant

Botanical name: Chlorophytum comosum

One of the most popular vase plants is the spider plant. Cut a plantlet off and place it in the vase. Simple.

Wandering Jew

Wandering Jew

Botanical name: Tradescantia zebrine

With its variegated and purple hues, wandering jew is a beautiful addition to a vase.

Coleus

Coleus

Botanical name: Plectranthus scutellarioides

This plant’s distinctive serrated leaf sets it apart from the rest. Both glass jars and vases will work beautifully with this!

Begonia

Begonia

Botanical name: Begonia

Begonia has thick leaves and attractive flowers, and it may be cultivated in a vase with a single leaf.

Geranium

Geranium

Botanical name: Pelargonium

The brilliant pink flowers of geranium make it a popular choice for a house plant. Vases are also an excellent way to start a plant from cuttings!

English Ivy

English Ivy

Botanical name: Hedera helix

It is an evergreen vine, and the flexible stems will look adorable hanging down in a vase!

Watermelon Peperomia

Watermelon Peperomia

Botanical name: Peperomia

Using the plant as a centerpiece is a fantastic idea! The best types to grow are Columbian and Watermelon Peperomia.

Snake Plant

Snake Plant

Botanical name: Dracaena trifasciata

The snake plant’s tall variegated leaves will look fantastic in a clear vase! And it’s fantastic for cleansing the air around your home.

Chinese Money Plant

Chinese Money Plant

Botanical name: Pilea peperomioides

It’s a fantastic plant for windowsills and tiny tables because of its compact size.

Dracaena

Dracaena

Botanical name: Dracaena marginata

This plant’s sword-like leaves and thin grey branches are excellent for a tall vase!

Monstera

Monstera

Botanical name: Monstera deliciosa

This low-maintenance plant’s attractive trimmed foliage looks even better in a matching

vase! You can even grow it in the water!

Lucky Bamboo

Lucky Bamboo

Botanical name: Dracaena sanderiana

It’s easy to care for, can grow in a variety of situations, and even filters the air! Your best bet is to plant Lucky Bamboo, the most famous and widely recognised type.

Anthurium

Anthurium

Botanical name: Anthurium andraeanum

The plant’s bright bracts contrast beautifully with the dark green leaves. You may also grow it in water in a transparent vase!

Peace Lily

Peace Lily

Botanical name: Spathiphyllum

In addition to being a popular houseplant, peace lilies are low-maintenance and stylish, thanks to their white and green foliage.

Swiss Cheese Plant

Swiss Cheese Plant

Botanical name: Monstera adansonii

This plant’s unusually shaped leaves look like swiss cheese! You can store the plant near a shelf and watch it grow upwards as it likes to climb!

Alocasia

Alocasia

Botanical name: Alocasia

Glass vases with alocasia’s arrow-shaped leaves look lovely. This plant is a breeze to propagate and thrives in low light conditions.

Cordyline

Cordyline

Botanical name: Cordyline fruticosa

It’s fascinating to grow the Ti Plant in water, and tall narrow vases work well for it. The best type to grow is Cordyline terminalis.

Dumb Cane

Dumb Cane

Botanical name: Dieffenbachia

Dieffenbachias’ huge, variegated leaves look fantastic in tall, clear vases. This is your best bet if you’re looking for a water-loving plant.


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