How to Keep Your Tropical Vine Wall Hanging Alive
Light: Pothos and philodendron vines do best in bright, indirect light, but they can also grow in low or artificial light (hello, windowless office). Like people, these vines will burn if left in the sun for too long. Use a sheer curtain or blinds to filter strong sunlight.
Watering: Water your vines when the leaves start to look slightly droopy or feel floppy to the touch. Take the hanging to the sink and run the moss ball under tepid (never cold) water until the moss is saturated. Allow moss and roots to dry out between waterings (the moss may lose some of its green color).
Drying: Drip dry before rehanging. To prevent color from transferring to walls, place paper towels between the damp bark and the wall until the hanging is fully dry.
Life cycle: New leaves sometimes have a slightly reddish tint that will fade as the leaf matures. If the vines are getting too long or are “leggy” looking, trim them back to encourage bushier growth.
Pets & Children: Please note that these plants can make you or your pets sick if ingested. Be sure to hang them in a place where your dog, cat, or small human cannot eat them.