Tired of decorating your house, do you want to decorate your house with this 37 best hanging succulent, mamas?

After owning my succulent garden, I decided to deco my kitchen with some hanging succulents.

I did some research on Pinterest. From there, I choose 10 kinds of succulents, which can grow well in my living area and attract my attention.

But where do these 10 succulents come from?

So I started looking for online succulent shops that would provide my favorite succulent.

Finally, I got four kinds of hanging succulents from the Succulentbox, but on my trip, I learned that there are many, many different kinds of succulents that can be planted as a hanging plant.

Here are 35 hanging succulents to get you started on your hanging succulent garden at home.

Popular Indoor Hanging Suculents

#1.Hoya Carnosa

Hoya Carnosa

Hoya Carnosa might be is your grandmother’s lovely vine creeping in her kitchen. This tropical indoor plant can become classic because it can grow to be enormous and lives forever in porcelain-like fragrant flower clusters.

These plants quite sensitive to too much water, so be sure to use well-draining soil with plenty of perlite or pumice in the planter with drainage.

You can place this indoor succulent in a medium to bright indirect light location but keep them away from direct sunlight. They don’t like living in the dark corner.

#2.Crassula Calico Kitten

Are this little heart-shaped plant attract your attention?

Crassula Calico Kitten is one of the easy-care indoor hanging succulent. This succulent requires fast-draining soil. So succulent typical watering is the rule of thumb for planting them. Water this succulent when the leaves look slightly shriveled.

The leaves can shine through when you put them at East facing window that provides bright sunlight.

#3.String of Nickels

From amazon.ca

The String of Nickels is a tropical plant, but they are delicate and need some protection from direct sunlight and strong wind.

This succulent prefers in a humid environment, so you can use it to deco your kitchen and bathrooms. Don’t forget to give them indirect light once a week.

#4.Plectranthus Prostratus

not sure what this is--possibly Plectranthus prostratus "Succulent Swedish Ivy"

Do you need a cutie succulent that grows well in your office?

Plectranthus Prostratus is a rare hanging low light succulent that suits your requirement.

This species of succulent is different from others, they don’t like too much light but love water. Feed them water 3 to 4 times a week but do not overwater them.

#5.Euphorbia Milli

euphorbia milli pandora

Are you looking for a plant that can bloom throughout the year in your living room? Grab Euphorbia Milli from your nearest nursery shop or online.

This is a popular indoor plant that has pretty little pseudo-blossoms that appear almost all the year. If you are a beginner in planting, you can try this easy-care succulent.

Popular Outdoor Hanging Succulents

#6.String of Pearls

String Of Pearls

This unique vining succulent is easy to recognize by its spherical and tiny pea-shaped leaves.

This popular hanging plant grows well in the bright indirect sunlight, but you can place them near a shaded area with some morning direct sunlight.

#7.Sedum Little Missy

From amazon.com

If your living is facing the East, Sedum Little Missy is a great idea to hang near your window or your front gate garden. You might feel more challenging when you plant them indoors cause they need plenty of sunlight.

They can tolerate moist soil as long as it’s well drainage.

#8.Crassula Isabella

If you are looking for turning color succulent, Crassula Isabella is one of the trailing plants that can turn to purple-red in sunlight.

This plant can tolerate drought and just need sparingly water in winter and more often in summer.

#9.Euphorbia Caput-Medusae

Euphorbia caput-medusae

Euphorbia Caput-Medusae loves direct sunlight, they need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight every day. This succulent can tolerate at a high temperature around 33-35C.

When you hang them in your house, you must keep them away from glass because they can’t withstand the sun burning through the glass.

#10.Euphorbia Tithymaloides

Euphorbia tithymaloides

Euphorbia Tithymaloides is an unique succulents that grow in a zig-zag direction between each leaf. The green and white leaves will turn to rosy blush in bright and sunny conditions.

Water the plant when the soil is strat to dry. They can survive for a long period without water but it tends to drop its lower leaves if you forgot to water them too long. Once you water them, the problem typically will stop.

#11.Graptopetalum Mendozae

Graptopetalum mendozae

If your living area has a lot of sunlight, you can try hanging Graptopetalum Mendozae for your house decor. Check out from Amozon, and Etsy to get started.

Just plant them in gritty soil with a well-drainage pot. Provide lots of sunlight to make their leaves turn to darker colors.

#12.Elephant Bush

Portulacaria afra variegata

I love this succulent cause it is edible, can fits almost all types of environment. As I know this succulent can cleaning the air much more efficiently than other plants. But can they grow indoor?

Yes, they can but Elephant Bush prefers sunny and bright sunlight.

This easy propagate succulent can tolerate in extreme heat, high humidity environment but a bit sensitive to frost. Grab this faster growth succulent and its foliage will become more abundant and vigorous in your garden.

#13.Graptopetalum Amethystinum

Graptopetalum amethystinum

When you planning to plant Graptoperalm Amethystinum as a hanging succulent, you might need some time till it becomes a mature plant.

It looks like moon rocks with a powdery coating and is known for its chubby leaves with round tips. If you want them to become strong and full growth, don’t forget to put them under the full sun in the morning and evening. Provide shade cloth or partial shade during a summer afternoon.

#14.Sedum Makinoi

Sedum makinoi

If you are looking for easy-care and the ability to withstand in variety of environmental plants, this is the perfect hanging succulent for you.

This succulent can grow well in full to part shade sunlight. They do not need too much water cause their leaves can store water, so you don’t need to care about their need so much.

#15.Sedum Dasyphyllum

Sedum dasyphyllum Major

If you are a busy mom, just have a little time to take care of the plant-Sedum Dasyphyllum is great for you. Grow this hanging succulent in well-drained soil in a sheltered and sunny site, they can grow with very little aftercare and pruning.

#16.Sedum Spurium Ruby Mantle

Do you like an evergreen perennial with rosettes of deep red-flushed, Sedum Spurium Ruby Mantle will be a good idea for your hanging plant.

Just hang them in full sun to partial shade with very well-drained soil. This succulent prefers a dry and drought environment to grow. Water them when the soil is completely dry.

Indoor and Outdoor Succulents Hanging Succulent

#17.Watch Chain (Crassula Muscosa)

Crassula Muscosa

This cutie succulent loves full to partial sun. Provide them at least 6 hours of sunlight a day will develop very well.

Like other succulent plants, Watch Chain need has typical watering needs for a succulent. When you hang them outdoors in the full sun, they might need more frequent watering during summer.

#18.Euphorbia Tirucalli

Pencil Cactus (Euphorbia tirucalli)

Euphorbia Tirucalli has a cutie name call Pencil Cactus. This cactus is a popular house plant but you need to cautious because of its toxic nature. If exposed to it, you might cause temporary blindness. Skin contact causes some redness, irritation, and burning sensation. So wear a glove when you planting and pruning this plant.

These cactus need very little care and even you can neglect them if you planted them correctly. But I don’t think this is a good plant if you have a small kid in your house unless you hang them at a place that can’t touch by the small kid.

#19.Echinopsis Chamaecereus

Cactus - Echinopsis Chamaecereus

Echinopsis Chamaecereus is a well know cactus with vivid red flowers and having multiple creeping stems that can reach up to 6″ inches long.

They can thrive well indoors when giving them enough light, so hang them at the east and south-east window is the best idea for them.

Echinopsis Chamaecereus needs a well-draining potting mix. Keep the soil relatively dry during winter and water more frequently during summer but don’t let the root sit on the wet soil for too long.

#20.Hoya Obovata

Hoya obovata

Hoya Obovata is a fast-growing vining Hoya plant that is known for its beautiful deep green leaves that are speckled with silver.

This plant can do well indoors and outdoors as long as you provide bright light for them.

Hoya obovata has large oval green leaves. The leaves are thick and they can hold more water so just water them infrequently. They still can grow well although without water for 2-3 weeks.

#21.Crassula Rupestris

CRASSULA RUPESTRİS

If you are Crassulaceae lover, Cressula Rupestris might be is one of your collections in your garden. Why not hang them in your house and make some difference in your life.

When you plant them indoors, make sure to provide as much light as possible to keep them thriving. If they do not receive enough light, you may notice the plant will stretch out. Choose a brighter location such as east, south, and a west-facing window will work for them.

#22.Jade Plant

Jade Plant

As I know this plant can bring luck to you if you plant them in your house. Try to get one and put them in the correct feng-shui place for your house.

Jade Plant just need at least 4 hours of direct sunlight each day. The living room and kitchen with a south-facing window are great spots for growing this plant.

#23.Crassula Browniana

Crassula Browniana is native to Southern Africa. Its leaves grow opposite and will become plump and full under sufficient sunlight. The interesting part of this succulent is the whole leaf covered with a fine down, hairy and grow fat, very lovely.

Most of these tiny and hairy leaves dislike hot and humid environments, so keep them in a dry environment with semi-shade will keep them grow well.

#24.Aporocactus Flagelliformis

Aporocactus flagelliformis

Looking for long stems hanging plant, mamas? Aporocactus Flagelliformis may become one of your choices. These cactus have another common name call rat tail cactus. It has a huge difference with Monkey’ Tail. this cactus has long stems with a short and fine spine with green color overall.

Rat tail cactus require bright light with a low humidity environment to live. They need minimal care once you keep them away from the drafty area and water them when the soil is dry.

#25.String of Heart

Ceropegia woodii

Do you want to have a gorgeous trailing succulent to add to your living space, mama?

String of Heart might be a bit difficult to take care of, but don’t worry mama. Once you know their needs, they can thrive well in your house too.

You might need to find out the right warm condition, moisture level, and filtered light for them, once you get them in the right environment, they can work well.

#26.String of Bananas

String of bananas

Are you String of Pearl still alive, or you failed to keep them in your garden. Why not have a try for String of Bananas. String of Banana is close relative to String of pearl but it’s fast-growing and easier to care for.

The easy way to keep them alive is to plant them in the well-draining potting soil. The container must have drainage holes at the bottom.

#27.Othonna Capensis

Othonna capensis

I recently found out about Othonna Capensis and couldn’t believe this trailing succulent look like pickles. This succulent will bloom in yellow flowers from Spring to Fall. The wonderful part is the leaves will turn to a purplish red when it is stressed. Provided them direct sun early in the morning will keep them stress and turn to the purplish-red color.

#28.Epiphyllum Anguliger

Epiphyllum Anguliger know as the fishbone cactus that has long flat and succulent stems resembling a fishbone.

You might need to wait for few months for this plant to trail down cause it starts by growing upright and start to trail down when they grow longer.

This plant doesn’t usually flower indoors, but you can make it happen. Giving your fishbone cactus a bit more full sun in the late summer to early fall. The sunlight will help them to produce the flower. But the flower only can last for one day, So Don’t Miss It.

#29.String of Donkey Tail

Burro Tail

String of Donkey Tail is one of the popular trailing plants you can get from anywhere. Maybe this is the first time you hear theirs name. But I know that if I call it Burro’s Trail, sure you know them very well.

This succulent should be planted in well-draining and sandy soil. Add some gritty soil mixture in the pot to avoid the roots stand in the wet for too long. They can do well if you forget to water them once or twice.

#30.Senecia Fish Hook

Senecio radicans (2)

Do you want an easy-care succulent that trails like crazy, mamas? So don’t miss out on this Senecia Fish Hook.

Senecia Fish Hook prefer sunlight, indoors Senecia Fish Hook like high light spots like North and South window. Keep them away from hot glass or prolonged exposure to hot summer sun.

#31.Soft Monkey Tail Cactus(Hildewintera)

Hildewintera colademononis

Soft Monkey Trail is known for its thick leaves and branches that can survive harsh climatic conditions. A lot of mamas like to have this plant as a house plant because this plant just needs a little care to survive.

Plant them in the well-drain soil that can drain quickly. Just water this plant when the soil is drying out.

#32.Schlumbergera

Schlumbergera

This is my favorite succulent, may be you have one in your house. Schlumbergera truncata know as Christmas Cactus that usually blooms between November to January.

It is important to replace the original soil when planted in. Water them when the soil is completely drying out.

#33.Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana

Kalanchoe, Flor-da-fortuna, Cotia-SP, Brazil

If your house having a south-facing window, you might try to grab Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana. Plant it in a well-draining cactus or succulent soil and wait until the soil dries out completely between watering.

This succulent like bright light. The south-facing window can provide enough light in the winter, so you can place this plant at the south-facing window to thrive.

#34.String of Buttons

Crassula perforata

I like fast-growing succulent like Sring of Buttons, how about you mamas?

It can grow well indoors and does well in the terrarium, so most of the time I like to use it for my terrarium’s garden. The south-facing window with direct sunlight should be the best location to plant your indoors String of Buttons.

It can grow well in drainage well soil with full sun. Don’t forget to provide shade cover during summer. They will appear a better leaf color when the plant has full sun.

#35.String of Dolphin

IMG_7099 Senecio peregrinus ‘Dolphin Succulent’

I fall in love with these succulents but I can’t have them. Unlike other succulents, they love the cool air and can tolerate low temperatures as low as 40 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter.

If you looking for a challenging plant, this must be a great choice. They need more extra care and attention than another houseplant.

#36.Ghost Plant

グラパラリーフ : Ghost plant

Are you looking for pinkish-grey succulent leaves with a trailing rosette form of hanging succulent? Ghost Plant might be a good choice. But Ghost plant needs at least 6 hours of bright light every day. Are these plants suit your house?

When Ghost Plant doesn’t receive enough light, it will be leggy and the leaves will drop. So if your environment can’t provide enough light, you might need to prepare to grow light for indoors Ghost Plant.

#37.Sedum Lime Zinger

Helicopter Seed On Stonecrop

Sedum Lime Zinger is an easily grown hanging succulent that can survive in average, dry to medium and well-drained soils in full sun.

This succulent is more suitable for hanging in your outdoor garden. They tolerate some light shade with drought and heat environment.

How To Care For Hanging Succulents

How to Watering Your Hanging Succulent

All most all succulent is dought plant. They can survive for two to three weeks without water. But, mama, you still need to water them 2-3 times a month. Water them when the soil is completely dry out. So, you can water them after 10-14 days. But for winter, they do need too much water, just water them once a month is enough.

For my indoor hanging succulent, I will be watering them outside or in the bathroom, wait until the pot dries out, and hang it back near my kitchen window.

How To Choose The Right Soil For Hanging Succulent

Soil is important for succulents. Once you use the wrong soil, your succulent will be killed easily.

Keep in mind, mamas!

You need to use different soil for your indoor and outdoor succulent. Good air circulation is a necessity for a healthy plant. Providing airflow around your plants is as important as sunshine, water, and soil.

An indoor plant that under the light will need airflow even more than outdoor plants. Your succulent may get all the circulation they need once you place them near a window. Therefore, your indoor succulent soil must let the water go through faster than the outdoor soil. Find out more from my A To Z on how to plant succulent for a beginner.

Light For Hanging Succulent

My kitchen window is on the South, this is a good place for my succulents. They can absorb direct sunlight from 8 am to 2 pm. What I worry about was the afternoon sunlight that might make my succulent get a sunburn. So, I decide to choose the succulent that are easy to care for under the direct sunlight. Finally, I chose Elephant Bursh for my first indoors hanging succulent.

In between, I figure out some succulents that can grow well in low light such as Hoya carnosa, String of Necklace, and Plectranthus prostratus. Unfortunately, I can’t find them in my country.

If your house doesn’t have bright sunlight location for your plant, don’t worry, you still can plant them. Choose the indoor succulent and provide them morning sunlight from 7 am to 11 am once a week or you might use grow light.

It’s easy to take care of succulents, don’t give them too much love. Ignore them but need to monitor them frequently.

There you go

Mamas, why not try to plant some hanging succulent in your house? These training plants will make great changes to your house.

Let me know in the command what is your favorite hanging succulent.

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