Many vines grow well as houseplants, lending a lush, tropical feel to interior space. Tropical vines, which do not grow in areas with freezing temperatures, prefer the warmer temperatures of indoors. These vines grow as floor plants or in hanging baskets with their long stems trailing over the rim to the containers. A wire support system can allow vines to be trained up a wall and across a ceiling. Prune back the vines so that they stay at the desired height.
- They become great houseplants for beginners. Attractive and hardy vine prefers bright indirect light and a draft free place. It can grow in low light and needs moist soil.
- This fast-growing vine has evergreen foliage that remains green even in winters. Plant it in a container that is wide and shallow rather than narrow and deep. Keep the pot in a spot that receives bright indirect sun.
- Betel leaf plant is very popular in South and East Asia, especially in the Indian subcontinent, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand. This vine from pepper family has many culinary and medicinal uses.
“Plant it in a container that is wide and shallow rather than narrow and deep. Keep the pot in a spot that receives bright indirect sun.”