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Growing vines indoorsOne of the restrictions one has indoors is with sunlight. Choose foliage vines such as devil’s ivy (money plant) for indoor use. The other thing to plan is whether you want them to climb up vertically, grow horizontally or cascade down from a hanging pot. When growing them on walls either horizontally or vertically, provide a trellis support, otherwise the vine will cling on to anything that it can find and it will be tough to manage the direction of its growth.Look through these photos of gardens
5. Bring the outside in, big timeHere’s another decorating idea that’s relatively straightforward, if you have a decent amount of light entering a room; erect a trellis just below ceiling height, then train a trailing vine such as devil’s ivy (Pothos), which can grow up to several metres in the right indoor conditions, over the top to provide a beautiful green canopy. This is particularly appealing above a dining table or as a softening device in an otherwise hard-surfaced area. Tip: For maximum convenience this can be grown out of a plumbed-in planter.Read about this Ahmedabad home that has an inside-outside connection
Use it as a decor stapleWouldn’t you love to have a cluster of plants spreading overhead, like in the picture? Here, the green vines are allowed to climb over a custom-made lattice that is suspended from the ceiling in this crisp white kitchen.Try doing the same by twining a money plant round a ladder, a jaali partition or the staircase railing. Read more:5 Plants Best Suited for Indian HomesHow to Live With PlantsWhere to Grow Vines and CreepersTell us:Have you got more ideas about where to grow a money plant? Share in Comments.