7 Best Indoor Vining Plants To Create A Jungle Feel

Heartleaf Philodendron 

This plant prefers bright, indirect sunlight and consistently moist, well-drained soil.  Heartleaf philodendrons can be trained to climb a moss pole or allowed to cascade from a hanging basket. 

Swiss Cheese Plant  

Swiss cheese plants can grow up to 8 feet indoors and can be trained to climb a moss pole or trellis for a dramatic effect. 

Creeping Fig   

Creeping figs can be planted in a hanging basket or allowed to trail over shelves and furniture. This adaptable plant can tolerate lower light conditions than many other vining plants .


One of the most popular and easiest-to-care-for houseplants, pothos is a versatile vining plant that comes in a variety of colors and variegations.  This low-maintenance plant thrives in bright, indirect light and tolerates lower light conditions as well.  

String of Pearls 

This unique succulent vine features plump, bead-like leaves that resemble pearls cascading from its stems. Unlike many other vining plants on this list, String of Pearls prefers bright, direct light and well-draining soil .

Arrowhead Vine 

This fast-growing vine boasts attractive, arrowhead-shaped leaves that emerge in a bronze color and mature to a deep green. Arrowhead vine thrives in bright, indirect light and prefers consistently moist .


Hoyas are a diverse group of vining plants known for their beautiful, waxy flowers and fragrant blooms.  These unique plants come in a wide variety of leaf shapes and sizes, and many varieties produce clusters .