10 Hanging Plants That Attract Positive Energy

String of Pearls: This delicate succulent has cascading vines of plump, pearl-like leaves. It thrives in bright, indirect light and requires infrequent watering. 

Spider Plant: This classic houseplant is known for its air-purifying properties and easy care requirements. It sends out long shoots with baby spider plants at the ends, which you can propagate to create new plants. 

Pothos: With its heart-shaped leaves, pothos is another popular choice for hanging baskets. It comes in many varieties, including golden pothos, which has beautiful variegated leaves. Pothos is tolerant of low light and infrequent watering. 

Sword Fern: This lush fern has long, arching fronds that add a touch of the tropics to any space. It prefers moderate to high humidity, so misting it regularly is a good idea. Sword ferns do best in bright, indirect light.

Creeping Charlie: Also known as Pilea Peperomioides or the Chinese Money Plant, this fast-growing plant is said to bring good luck and prosperity. It has round, coin-shaped leaves and does well in bright, indirect light. Just be sure not to overwater it. 

Ribbon Plant: This trailing succulent has cascading stems with flat, variegated leaves. It comes in a variety of colors, including green, white, and pink. Ribbon plants prefer bright light and well-draining soil. 

Heartleaf Philodendron: This climbing vine has glossy, heart-shaped leaves that add a touch of elegance to any space. It prefers moderate to bright, indirect light and requires watering when the top inch of soil is dry. 

Burro's Tail: This unusual succulent has plump, tear-shaped leaves that resemble a donkey's tail. It's a slow grower but relatively easy to care for. Burro's tail needs bright light and well-draining soil. 

Chain of Hearts: This succulent has cascading vines of heart-shaped leaves that are variegated with green and cream. It prefers bright, indirect light and allows the soil to dry out completely between waterings. 

Watermelon Peperomia: This small, low-maintenance plant has round, watermelon-patterned leaves. It does well in medium to low light and prefers to be watered when the soil is dry to the touch.