17 Indoor Vine Plants for The Ultimate Jungle Vibe

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Choosing the right indoor vine plants for your home can sometimes be mind-boggling. And the most challenging part is when you have to make selections that serve a specific purpose for example bringing the ultimate jungle vibe.

Well, you are not alone in this as many people are having or have had a similar experience.

Luckily, you have landed on this article which has information on different indoor vine plants that bring the ultimate jungle vibe to your home. Most of these plants are easy to grow and maintain therefore, you don’t need a professional to help you grow them.

These vines will spice up your home décor in the balconies, open walls or, any other spaces around your home.

Best Indoor Vine Plants for The Ultimate Jungle Vibe

1. Pothos

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Also known as Devil’s eye or hunter’s rove Pothos is an evergreen climber with slender twining and branching stems that grow to about 65 feet long. Also, its leaves are bright green, glossy and heart-shaped.

Pothos can be grown as a ground cover or as a scrambler up trees (in tropical regions) or in hanging baskets, and sometimes used as an under-planting for large potted plants or trees, or grown indoors as a pot plant or trained up a sphagnum pole.

It is an easy-growing indoor plant that is efficient at removing indoor pollutants such as formaldehyde, xylene, and benzene in your home.

This plant prefers a well-aerated growing medium with filtered light and high humidity levels.

2. Bleeding Heart Vine

Bleeding Heart Vine (Clerodendrum) is also commonly known as glory bower, bag flower, bleeding glory bower, tropical bleeding heart, and glory tree. It is a twining evergreen indoor plant with glossy, dark green, leaves and small, slightly flat flowers with inflated white calyxes from which brilliant crimson or dark red corollas emerge.

In its native habitat, the bleeding heart can grow to about 10-15 feet tall but it remains much smaller when grown in containers. However, you need to offer support such as a trellis to allow your bleeding heart plant to wander as a vine.

For this easy growing plant to flourish and bloom, expose it to bright, indirect light, use rich, well-draining soil, and regularly water and fertilize the plants when in their active growth stage. Also, thin out old overcrowded shoots and cut the plants back after blooming.

3. Betel Leaf Plant

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Betel leaf plant is also known as piper betel. It is a creeper in the pepper family and is mostly grown in India. The leaves of a betel leaf plant are green, waxy, and heart-shaped and are mostly used for culinary and medicinal purposes.

This mild stimulant vining herb is hardy in USDA Zones 9 through 11 but can be grown as an annual container plant in colder zones.

Grow your betel leaf plant under a partial shade in a slightly acidic, sandy-loamy, and lightly damp soil but not waterlogged. In addition to this, the potting mix must drain freely and use a medium-sized deep planter for container-grown betel.

4. Wandering Jew Plant

Wandering Jew Plant, also known as Tradescantia zebrina is a famous houseplant in the spiderwort family and is mostly grown for its beautiful variegated foliage. It is a tough creeping plant that can tolerate almost any conditions indoors.

The Wandering Jew plant is native to Guatemala and southern Mexico. In Zones 9 through 11(mild climates) where freezing does not occur, wandering Jew can be grown outdoors. Moreover, the wandering Jew plant also performs well as an annual in places where winter is cold.

This plant does well in the light shade outdoors but requires bright light when grown indoors. It is a good indoor vining plant for under-planting with larger houseplants or seasonal containers. Moreover, it is a fast-growing indoor vine that works well as a base filler of other tall tropical plants either on the ground or in containers.

Caution: Wandering Jew Plant is slightly toxic to dogs and cats.

5. Arrowhead

Arrowhead (Syngonium podophyllum) is a species of aroid and is commonly cultivated as an indoor houseplant. This is because it’s great in absorbing humidity in the house.

The species is native to a wide region of Latin America from Mexico to Bolivia and naturalized in the West Indies, Florida, Texas, Hawaii, and other places.

The arrowhead plant goes by numerous names including arrowhead vine, American evergreen, and five fingers.

It is a lush foliage plant that holds its variegation well in low light and is one of the best indoor vine plants that bring out the ultimate jungle vibe just the way you like.

6. Shooting Stars Wax Plant

Shooting stars wax plant is also known by the name Hoya multiflora. It is a vine plant with thick waxy leaves and white-yellow flowers that resemble shooting stars. You might think that these flowers are not real as they appear like shiny wax sculptures. The flowers, though have a dainty fragrance.

The shooting stars wax plant is a fast-growing indoor vine and grows best in a bright humid environment. For an enhanced plant performance, feed your plant monthly from spring to autumn with a fertilizer best suited for epiphytic plants.

In addition to this, water your plant when the soil is dry to touch and keep the plant in bright indirect sunlight (At least 6 hours of sunlight every day)

7. Burrows Tail

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Also known as donkey’s tail, burro’s tail is a drought-tolerant perennial vine plant that is generally grown as an indoor hanging plant by many gardeners.

With bright to full sun and a good draining growing medium like the cactus mix, burro’s tail grows quickly and fills your home with a beautiful dreadlock look.

For a good-looking burrows tail plant, you need to fertilize lightly once or twice during the growing season, repot in spring and do so only when it’s root-bound, and water your plant whenever necessary.

8. Jasmine

The Jasmine plant is an intensely fragrant indoor vine that is grown widely. Its versatile nature makes it a great plant for many settings. Despite their diminutive size, the flowers pack a huge punch of sweet fragrance and can easily perfume your entire yard.

You can grow these vining beauties in zones 9 or 10 with the most cold-hardy species, winter jasmine (Jasmine nudiflorum) growing successfully in zone 6. Plant jasmine in full to partial shade for better flowering.

The most popular fragrant jasmine includes the star jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides), Royal Jasmine (Jasminum rex), Pink Jasmine (Jasminum polyanthum), Common Jasmine (Jasminum officinale), Angel Wing Jasmine (Jasminum nitidum).

9. Creeping Fig

Also known as Ficus pumila, the creeping fig is a vigorous, fast-growing vine that can climb to 15 feet or more. Although creeping fig is not winter-hardy, it is drought and salt-tolerant and can resist damage from deer.

It is a fast-growing climbing vine and loves bright, indirect light but can tolerate low light levels. With a well-aerated and good-draining potting mix, and once a month feed of a diluted liquid fertilizer in spring and summer the creeping fig won’t let you down.

Caution: Creeping fig is toxic to both cats and dogs.

10. Black-eyed Susan

The Black-eyed Susan (Thunbergia alata) is an easy-to-care flowering vine plant native to tropical East Africa and eastern South Africa. This rapid-growing evergreen perennial vine is hardy to Zones9 and 10 only.

The leaves of a Black-eyed Susan are dark to pale green and heart-shaped. This vine is a mid-summer to frost bloomer and produces showy orange and yellow flowers with the best displays in late summer. Butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds love the flowers and frequently visit your garden.

Use this vine in a large container with a small trellis or grow it as an indoor plant and ensure to train and prune it regularly to keep it at a manageable size. Black-eyed Susan prefers rich, moist soil under full sun. It also tolerates partial shade but it may have reduced flowering.

Examples of Black-eyed Susan cultivars include; Arizona Dark Red, Bright Eyes, Canary Eyes, African Sunset, among others. 

11. Maiden Hair Vine

Also commonly known as Wire Vine, Maiden Hair Vine is a vigorous, twining vine with slender, reddish-brown stems and clusters of inconspicuous greenish-white flowers. It is a delicate but hardy vine plant with wiry stems covered in tiny little oval leaves.

Maiden Hair Vine prefers bright but indirect light and slightly damp soil. You also need to water your vine weekly and feed it with a liquid fertilizer when in active growth. Apart from this, prune the branches when necessary to keep the vine in shape.

12. Spider Plant

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Spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum) is an excellent air-purifying plant with the ability to remove up to at least 90% of air pollutants. This plant has smooth arching, long green stems with beautiful white flowers that improve the overall appearance of your home.

It is a tough indoor vine plant and can withstand long dry spells with occasional watering. The plant prefers bright indirect light and some plant food feeds during the growing season.

The spider plant is hardy to zones 9 through 11 and is not toxic to pets.

13. String of pearls

The string of pearls (Senecio rowleyanus) is an evergreen indoor vining plant with nearly spherical pea-sized alternate leaves.

This easy-maintenance indoor plant is a summer bloomer and produces small daisy-like flowers. These flowers are not showy, but they have a sweet and spicy cinnamon-like fragrance.

It prefers well-draining soil and exposure to bright light. Its stems can trail to approximately 3 feet long which makes it a beautiful vine for hanging baskets or as a trailing plant for pots.

Caution: String of Pearls is mildly toxic to cats, dogs, and other pets.

14. Bougainvillea

Native to South America, Bougainvillea is a quick-growing vine with green foliage and vibrant pink, purple, and orange hues (petal-like bracts that hide bougainvillea's true blooms). It is easy to grow bougainvillea indoors in containers and in pots provided that the right growing conditions are maintained.

Bougainvillea prospers best in the tropical or semi-tropical environment, hence requires lots of water and sunlight whether you have it indoors or outdoors. Moreover, it needs pruning in the fall after the growing season is complete so that the plant produces new growth for the next season’s bloom.

Caution: Bougainvillea is toxic to dogs and cats. Humans are also prone therefore use gloves when pruning.

15. Heart-leaf Philodendron

Vining philodendrons are indoor plants with heart-shaped smooth leaves and long trailing vines. They are mostly used in hanging baskets from a high shelf or on a ceiling where the long trailing stems create an eye-catching vertical accent.

These indoor vines prefer a potting mix with high water holding capacity and excellent aeration, bright- indirect light and, a monthly feed with a balanced liquid foliage houseplant fertilizer that contains macro-nutrients.

There are different types of vining philodendrons including blushing philodendrons and heartleaf philodendrons.

16. Clematis 

Clematis is among the most decorative and fragrant of all indoor flowering vines. This vine has a dense mat of leaves that is ideal to shade porches and is an excellent choice for use on trellises, fences, and walls.

The plant prefers to grow with its heads in the sun and roots in the shade. For your clematis to flower best, expose it to at least 6 hours of sun, but your clematis needs some shade during the hot afternoons in South Carolina.

Water your clematis deeply every week during the dry periods and keep the vines tidy and in shape by pruning. This depends on species and cultivars.

Caution: Clematis is toxic to cats and dogs.

17. English Ivy

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The English Ivy is a great indoor vine plant that you should consider for the ultimate jungle vibe in your home.

This plant is ideal for reducing the impurities in the air especially formaldehyde that’s more present in the household products like bathing soap, cleaning detergents, furniture, and treatments for carpets.

The ivy will also help you get rid of mold that grows in areas with high humidity.

With little maintenance and low light, it is easy to keep English Ivy in your home provided that you always keep the soil/ potting mix moist.

Caution: English Ivy is poisonous to humans and animals like dogs, cattle, and sheep.


As you have seen there are several indoor vine plants that you can use for bringing a jungle vibe to your home.

Growing and maintaining these plants is easy hence economically cheap for you. Also, some of these plants for example the English ivy are good at purifying indoor air while beautifying your home.

Now that you have these plants at your disposal, achieving an indoor jungle look won’t be as challenging as it used to be.