15 Stunning Evergreen Hanging Plants Perfect All Year-Round

15 Stunning Evergreen Hanging Plants Perfect All Year-Round

Evergreen hanging plants are tiny leafy space wizards, squeezing into cramped corners and adding oomph to your digs. Hang them high, let them dangle low — they’ll turn any blah space into a lush paradise without hogging all the room!

But hold onto your pots, because these babies aren’t just eye candy! They’re air-purifying rockstars too. 

Spider Plants, Golden Pothos, Boston Ferns — they’ll clean your air faster than a Dyson vacuum, leaving you feeling fresher than a mint spritz.

And guess what? They’re easier to care for than a plastic flamingo. 

Seriously, even if you’re more of a plant assassin than a plant parent, you can keep these bad boys thriving with minimal effort. So why wait? 

Now’s the time to spruce up your space with some hanging plant love and watch your home bloom with greenery and style with our list!

English Ivy (Hedera helix)

English Ivy (Hedera helix)
Image by Gardener’s World
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypePerennial vine
USDA Zone4-9
Indoor or OutdoorBoth
Blooming SeasonLate summer to early autumn
SizeUp to 50 feet (15 meters)
LightPart to full shade
SoilWell-draining, fertile

English Ivy is the reigning green goddess of the vine scene, known for its laid-back vibes and leafy glam. Whether it’s kicking back indoors or strutting its stuff outside, its trailing vines and glossy leaves bring the style and glam!

This makes the plant the ultimate green curtain for fences, walls, or any dull spot in need of a makeover. English Ivy prefers the shady side of life and soil that’s more like a well-drained dance floor than a soggy swamp. 

This vine grows faster than gossip at a garden party, so don’t be surprised if it needs a little trim now and then to stay in line. But hey, that’s just part of its charm!

String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus)

String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus)
Image by Gardengram
Ease of GrowingModerate ●●○○○
Plant TypeSucculent vine
USDA Zone10-11
Indoor or OutdoorIndoor
Blooming SeasonSpring
SizeUp to 3 feet (90 cm)
LightBright indirect light
SoilWell-draining, sandy soil

String of Pearls is the succulent green sensation that’s like wearing nature’s bling. With its dangling stems rocking those cute little orbs, it’s basically a living necklace for your space! 

But beware, this beauty craves some serious attention to stay fabulous.

Hailing from arid regions, it’s an indoor darling, thriving in zones where it’s warm and cozy all year. Frost? Cold snaps? Nah, this diva prefers the comfort of your living room.

A snip here, a trim there, and you’ll keep this green bling looking sharp. And hey, if you’re feeling fancy, propagation’s a breeze — just snip, plant, and watch the magic unfold!

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum)

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum)
Image by Plant A Leaf
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypePerennial herbaceous plant
USDA Zone9-11
Indoor or OutdoorBoth
Blooming SeasonSpring to summer
SizeUp to 2 feet (60 cm)
LightIndirect to moderate light
SoilWell-draining, loamy soil

The Spider Plant is your green goddess with a flair for drama, sporting cascading foliage with tiny, spider-like offspring. Loved by newbies and green thumbs alike, this resilient plant is a pro at purifying the air.

Originating from tropical Africa, the Spider Plant thrives indoors or out, bringing a touch of lushness wherever it goes. 

Its real charm? Those adorable baby spiders sprouting along its stems — easily propagated for more green goodness!

And keep it comfy in well-draining soil and snip away any brown leaves for a fresh look. Plus, it’s an air-purifying powerhouse, making it a win-win for your space!

Golden Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)

Golden Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)
Image by Thursd
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypePerennial vine
USDA Zone10-12
Indoor or OutdoorIndoor
Blooming SeasonRarely blooms
SizeUp to 6-10 feet (1.8-3 meters)
LightIndirect to low light
SoilWell-draining, fertile soil

The Golden Pothos, also known as Devil’s Ivy, is the ultimate low-maintenance houseplant with serious style. Originating from the Solomon Islands, this tropical beauty boasts lush foliage and easy-breezy vibes.

So, whether you’re a seasoned plant parent or just starting out, this laid-back beauty has got you covered — in leaves!

Heartleaf Philodendron (Philodendron hederaceum)

Heartleaf Philodendron (Philodendron hederaceum)
Image by The Spruce
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypePerennial vine
USDA Zone10-12
Indoor or OutdoorIndoor
Blooming SeasonRarely blooms
SizeUp to 6-10 feet (1.8-3 meters)
LightIndirect to low light
SoilWell-draining, fertile soil

Ah, the Heartleaf Philodendron — a houseplant classic loved for its chic vines and heart-shaped leaves. From the jungles of Central and South America, this green beauty thrives indoors or out in mild climates.

No blooms, but who needs ’em when the glossy leaves steal the show? 

Easy-care? You bet! Just give it some indirect light, water every couple of weeks, and watch it purify your air like a pro.

So, whether it’s hanging out in a basket or gracing a shelf, this Philodendron is the perfect low-maintenance companion for any space.

Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata)

Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata)
Image by Housing
Ease of GrowingModerate ●●○○○
Plant TypePerennial fern
USDA Zone9-11
Indoor or OutdoorBoth
Blooming SeasonNon-flowering
SizeUp to 3 feet (90 cm)
LightIndirect to moderate light
SoilMoist, well-draining soil

The Boston Fern is a true icon of elegance in the world of ferns, flaunting those graceful fronds and lush green foliage like it’s strutting down a botanical runway. 

Hailing from the tropical corners of the Americas, this fern thrives in the kind of moist, steamy environments that would make a sauna jealous.

Now, caring for this botanical diva isn’t a walk in the park, but it’s not rocket science either. It needs some moderate light — none of that direct stuff as it’s too harsh for those delicate fronds! 

If you neglect it too much, though, you might find yourself dealing with a case of frond drop – not a good look! 

Lipstick Plant (Aeschynanthus radicans)

Lipstick Plant (Aeschynanthus radicans)
Image by Econut Plants
Ease of GrowingModerate ●●○○○
Plant TypePerennial vine
USDA Zone10-11
Indoor or OutdoorIndoor
Blooming SeasonSpring to summer
SizeUp to 12 inches (30 cm)
LightBright indirect light
SoilWell-draining, organic soil

Ever heard of the Lipstick Plant? It’s the diva of the plant world, flaunting vibrant red flowers resembling lipstick tubes. 

Originating from Asia, this vine thrives indoors, cascading up to a foot long. Come spring and summer, it puts on a floral fashion show with clusters of tubular blooms in red, orange, or pink. 

Maintenance is a breeze — give it bright, indirect light, water when the top inch of soil is dry, and don’t forget the occasional misting. With a little TLC, it’ll stay glossy and vibrant, ready for its close-up!

Wandering Jew (Tradescantia zebrina)

Wandering Jew (Tradescantia zebrina)
Image by Gardenia.net
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypePerennial trailing herbaceous plant
USDA Zone9-11
Indoor or OutdoorBoth
Blooming SeasonSpring to summer
SizeUp to 12 inches (30 cm)
LightBright indirect light
SoilWell-draining, fertile soil

The Wandering Jew is the flashy star of the plant world, native to Mexico and Central America. With its vibrant foliage in shades of green, purple, and silver, this perennial herbaceous wonder loves to show off both indoors and out. 

From its striking leaves to its dainty flowers in spring and summer, it’s a showstopper! Easy-breezy to care for, it thrives in bright, indirect light and only needs a drink when the soil gets dry. 

Just keep it trimmed to maintain its lush shape and give it a little boost with fertilizer during the growing season. With the Wandering Jew, you’ve got a plant that’s as stunning as it is low-maintenance!

String of Hearts (Ceropegia woodii)

String of Hearts (Ceropegia woodii)
Image by Gardener’s World
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypePerennial succulent trailing vine
USDA Zone10-12
Indoor or OutdoorIndoor
Blooming SeasonSpring to summer
SizeUp to 12 inches (30 cm)
LightBright indirect light
SoilWell-draining, sandy soil

String of Hearts, the adorable succulent from southern Africa, is all about heart-shaped leaves and a laid-back trailing vibe! 

With stems reaching about a foot long, it adds a whimsical touch wherever it goes. Its leaves steal the show, coming in shades of green, silver, and sometimes a hint of purple. 

Taking care of this cutie? Keep it in bright, indirect light, water when the top inch of soil is dry, and give it a trim now and then to keep it looking lush. 

And don’t forget a little fertilizer during the growing season for those adorable hearts and flowers!

Purple Heart (Tradescantia pallida)

Purple Heart (Tradescantia pallida)
Image by Annie’s Annuals
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypePerennial trailing herbaceous plant
USDA Zone9-11
Indoor or OutdoorBoth
Blooming SeasonSpring to summer
SizeUp to 12 inches (30 cm)
LightBright indirect light
SoilWell-draining, fertile soil

Tradescantia pallida, aka Purple Heart or Purple Queen, is the plant world’s bold beauty that demands attention without needing much in return! Originating from Mexico and Central America, it thrives under sunny skies.

Caring for Purple Heart is a breeze — give it bright, indirect light, keep the soil moist but well-drained, and watch it flourish. If it gets a bit unruly, a trim will do the trick! 

Just treat it to some plant food occasionally, and you’ve got yourself a low-maintenance, high-impact stunner.

Burro’s Tail (Sedum morganianum)

Burro's Tail (Sedum morganianum)
Image by Laidback Gardener
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypeSucculent trailing vine
USDA Zone10-11
Indoor or OutdoorIndoor
Blooming SeasonSummer
SizeUp to 24 inches (60 cm)
LightBright indirect light
SoilWell-draining, sandy soil

The Burro’s Tail is a succulent stunner from Mexico and Honduras. With its trailing stems and chubby leaves, it’s a rockstar indoors or out! 

Those bluish-green leaves, powdery and posh, steal the spotlight, while summer brings pink or red flowers for an encore. 

Maintenance? Easy peasy. 

Just give it some light, well-draining soil, and water when it’s thirsty. But don’t smother it with love — overwatering is a no-go! 

Creeping Fig (Ficus pumila)

Creeping Fig (Ficus pumila)
Image by Etsy
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypeEvergreen climbing vine
USDA Zone8-11
Indoor or OutdoorBoth
Blooming SeasonSpring to summer
SizeUp to 20 feet (6 meters)
LightBright indirect light
SoilWell-draining, fertile soil

The Creeping Fig is the multitasking vine that’s both versatile and speedy. Native to East Asia, it’s a survivor in warm climates and a chic houseplant in cooler ones.

With its lush heart-shaped leaves, this green wonder adds a touch of elegance wherever it grows. And while its foliage steals the spotlight, its subtle blooms and tiny fruits keep things interesting.

Just keep it trimmed and fed, and you’ve got a green companion that’ll stick with you through thick and thin.

Hoya (Hoya carnosa)

Hoya (Hoya carnosa)
Image by The Spruce
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypePerennial climbing vine
USDA Zone10-11
Indoor or OutdoorBoth
Blooming SeasonSpring to summer
SizeUp to 6 feet (1.8 meters)
LightBright indirect light
SoilWell-draining, porous soil

Hoya, the vivacious viner, originates from Eastern Asia and Australia, thriving in tropical and subtropical climates. This perennial powerhouse doesn’t play favorites between indoors and outdoors, flaunting its floral prowess as a chic houseplant.

And get ready for a flower show! Hoya’s blooms, available in shades of white, pink, and red, boast a waxy texture and a fragrance that’s pure floral bliss.

And fertilize during the growing season for maximum flower power — you’ll be in for an amazing floral bomb!

Philodendron Brasil (Philodendron hederaceum ‘Brasil’)

Philodendron Brasil (Philodendron hederaceum 'Brasil')
Image by Joy Us Garden
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypePerennial trailing vine
USDA Zone10-12
Indoor or OutdoorIndoor
Blooming SeasonRarely blooms
SizeUp to 6 feet (1.8 meters)
LightBright indirect light
SoilWell-draining, rich soil

Philodendron Brasil is the flamboyant cousin of Heartleaf Philodendrons with vibrant variegated leaves like a true diva on the green stage. 

With its green and yellow foliage, Philodendron Brasil is the ultimate eye candy for any space, adding a splash of color and sass that’s impossible to ignore. And don’t even bother waiting for blooms — this plant knows it’s all about the foliage!

But be warned: overwatering and too much sun can send Philodendron Brasil into a meltdown faster than you can say “Water me, please!” So, keep an eye on those watering cans and sunscreen, and let this tropical beauty steal the show in style!

Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia)

Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia)
Image by The Spruce`
Ease of GrowingEasy ●○○○○
Plant TypePerennial trailing herbaceous plant
USDA Zone3-9
Indoor or OutdoorOutdoor
Blooming SeasonSpring to summer
SizeUp to 6 inches (15 cm)
LightFull sun to partial shade
SoilMoist, well-draining soil

Ah, the infamous Creeping Jenny is a perennial troublemaker known for its cheeky charm and relentless vigor. Originally from Europe and Western Asia, this green diva thrives in shady spots where the ground is moist. 

As a perennial grower, it loves to show off outdoors, strutting its stuff as a ground cover or in fancy baskets and containers. With leaves like tiny coins and a knack for stealing the spotlight, it’s a real showstopper. 

Just keep it in line with regular pruning and a little fertilizer. After all, even the most scandalous divas need some TLC.

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