Welcome to our list of 26 fabulous indoor vines and climbing plants that look great climbing up moss poles or even allowed to spread out horizontally, these are some of the best…
1. Heartleaf Philodendron
Botanical Name: Philodendron hederaceum
You can grow either a regular heartleaf philodendron or a trendy variety like “Brasil” or “Micans.” All of them are easy to grow, perfect for beginners, and only need a small amount of light to do well.
2. English Ivy
Botanical Name: Hedera helix
Ivy is one of the best vines to keep inside. It works well in a lot of different lighting situations. This vine grows quickly and has leaves that stay green even in the winter. Place the pot in an area with plenty of indirect sunlight.
Botanical Name: Epipremnum aureum
The easiest plants to grow are those in the Pothos family, and most of them can live without direct sunlight. They may thrive in low-light conditions and require moist soil.
4. Grape Ivy
Botanical Name: Cissus rhombifolia / Cissus striata
Grape ivy (Cissus rhombifolia) and tiny grape ivy (Cissus striata) are both easy-to-grow vines, but they don’t do as well in low light as pothos. Root rot can be prevented by not giving plants too much water.
5. Betel Leaf Plant
Botanical Name: Piper betle
You could try to keep it inside if the place you want to keep it gets some sun and is not too dry. Here, you can find everything else you need to know.
Botanical Name: Jasminum
Several kinds of jasmine can be grown indoors. If you keep this fragrant vine in a sunny spot where it gets some direct sunlight every day, it will grow well.
7. Creeping Fig
Botanical Name: Ficus pumila
It grows slowly and has small, leathery, dark green leaves. Branches that grow quickly, stick to surfaces, and are thick and dense look beautiful.
8. Arrowhead Plant
Botanical Name: Syngonium podophyllum
This pretty vine-like houseplant likes to be in the sun and needs only a little water. Let the soil dry out between waterings, and don’t give it too much water.
9. Kangaroo Vine
Botanical Name: Cissus antarctica
The plant is a thick climber that does best in bright light and has copper-colored leaves that turn dark and shiny as they age.
Botanical Name: Hoya spp
Hoya is a beautiful plant to grow indoors because its leaves are shiny and its flowers smell nice. The plant doesn’t care if you forget to water it once in a while. It doesn’t need much water.
11. String of Pearls
Botanical Name: Senecio rowleyanus
String of pearls is more difficult to grow indoors than other plants because it is very fragile and needs to be handled carefully. It can survive long periods of drought and grows best in bright light.
12. Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Botanical Name: Thunbergia alata
The black-eyed Susan vine can be grown in a house. Depending on your environment, this annual or perennial plant that blooms may add a dramatic touch to your rooms.
13. Rex Begonia Vine
Botanical Name: Cissus discolor
What about the pretty heart-shaped leaves of the Rex begonia that grows up? With its beautiful silver patterns and ruby bottoms, it will look absolutely stunning.
14. Inch Plant
Botanical Name: Tradescantia zebrina
It is also called “purpleheart” or “wandering Jew” because its stems hang down and its leaves look like zebra stripes. It can grow in a pot or a basket that hangs from the ceiling.
15. Wax Ivy
Botanical Name: Senecio macroglossus
This evergreen climbing senecio looks like English ivy, but it is more aggressive, has succulent stems, and has beautiful leaves.
16. Forest Cactus
Botanical Name: Lepismium bolivianum
This unique, spineless cactus is native to the wilds of Bolivia. Its thick, flowing green stalks make it an eye-catching houseplant.
17. String of Nickels
Botanical Name: Dischidia nummularia
It got its name from the beautiful leaves, which look like coins and are round. The lush plants look great in hanging baskets.
18. Green Coins
Botanical Name: Peperomia ‘Pepperspot’
The backs of the small leaves on this plant are bright red, which goes well with the reddish-brown stalks. You can also try out different kinds of peperomia.
Botanical Name: Pilea
Pilea plants are great houseplants because they have beautiful leaves and hang from the ceiling. Creeping Charlie, Baby Tears, and Gray Baby Tears are all great climbing varieties!
20. Maidenhair Vine
Botanical Name: Muehlenbeckia complexa
Necklace vine, lacy wire vine, angel vine, and creeping wire vine are all names for this beautiful vine with thin, wiry, green leaves. It can be hung in a basket to add greenery to a room with a lot of light.
21. Teddy Bear Vine
Botanical Name: Cyanotis kewensis
This strange vine has long stems that creep and leaves that look like teardrops. The name comes from the leaves, which are soft.
22. String of Hearts
Botanical Name: Ceropegia woodii
This indoor trailing vine has thin stems that look like threads and silver-green leaves that are shaped like hearts. Grow this trailing plant in bright hanging baskets.
23. Swiss Cheese Plant
Botanical name: Monstera adansonii
This pretty plant looks like a vine and grows well over trellises or walls. The green leaves with holes are an eye-catching addition to any room.
24. Monstera Peru
Botanical name: Monstera karstenianum
This climber grows quickly and has glossy, opalescent leaves that are deeply wrinkly and have a very strong structure.
25. Passion Flower
Botanical Name: Passiflora incarnata
This tropical vine does best in a room with a balcony and doesn’t need much care. You can also teach it different things to make its flowers stand out.
26. Monstera Deliciosa
Botanical Name: Monstera deliciosa
This evergreen climber with cut leaves in the shape of a heart is the most striking. It does better in full sun than in partial shade.