Of course, this is a simple guide to get you started. Do a little research on your own to make sure you have proper lighting for each plant, and of course, there are many more houseplants to choose from!
1) Aeschynanthus radicans
Also known as the ‘lipstick plant’, it is one of the best plants for a vertical because of its resilience. It can be grown successfully indoors and out. It thrives with moist soil and good lighting, but it can endure dry conditions and even poor lighting. This plant looks beautiful with red flower buds and shiny green leaves.
2.) Nephrolepis exaltata
Also known as a ‘Sword Fern’, It looks great, and works perfectly with your indoor garden because it thrives in a controlled atmosphere. It likes humidity, so if you live in a humid climate, it will thrive outdoors as well. Keep a mister handy and give it a spray often!
3) Acacia Cognata
This plant also called the ‘limelight bower wattle’ gives a distinct appeal to your wall. It fills up the spaces, giving it a fuller look. So, even after your whole wall is complete, this works well for fill in.
4) Epipremnum (My personal favorite!)
This plant is commonly known as ‘Pothos’. Honestly, this plant is hard to kill! It loves low light, it can be arranged to hang or climb, it grows fast and fills in spaces and its green and white leaves are beautiful! You can't go wrong.
This plant has beautiful leaves, it's sturdy, can be found everywhere and is one of the most popular houseplants. It thrives indoors.
6) Hoya Carnosa
Hoyas don't mind being a bit root bound. Keep in the same pot for years, but remember to fertilize throughout spring and summer. All Hoyas need to be potted in planters with drainage, so they work well with cloth pocket planters.
7) Stephanotis floribunda
This plant is widely known as the ‘Wedding Vine’, as it is a popular choice in wedding decorations. It has large white flowers and gives a great fragrance to your vertical garden. It sustains almost all conditions. This one is probably better for your outdoor vertical, but with bright light, it can be grown indoors.
8) Epipremnum aureum
It is known as the ‘Australian native monstera’ and as it requires minimum care, it is great for someone who a beginner, and like the pothos, it thrives indoors and vines beautifully!
9) Spathiphyllum wallisii
These are the most common home plans and are known as ‘peace lilies’. These too don’t require much care and are easy to maintain even in low light or low humidity. Even the aging flowers of this plant just turn green and remain appealing.
10) Codiaeum variegatum pictum
Also known as a ‘Croton’, this shrub is great if you have access to bright light. It puts a lot of color on your wall. They can grow in all kinds of light, and they can't stand a freeze, so they're quite happy indoors.