6. Arrowhead Plant
Botanical name: Syngonium podophyllum
Like other climbing and climbing plants, the arrowhead plant is quite simple to grow indoors in water. Add fresh water twice a week and it will continue to grow. If you wish, you can transplant it into a pot of soil once the cutting has taken root.
Botanical name: Lectranthus scutellarioides
With its colorful, serrated leaves, coleus will be the most colorful addition to glasses and jars. Since it likes indirect light, you can keep it as a centerpiece in a wine glass or decorative mason jar filled with water.
8. Wandering Jew
Botanical name: Tradescantia pallida, Tradescantia fluminensis, Tradescantia zebrina
Wandering Jews are hardy plants that grow like a weed in hot climates. The amazing varieties of purple and variegated color make them sought after houseplants. The best part is that they can be grown in water in terrariums.
Botanical name: Dracaena
Many varieties of indoor dracaena can adapt to growing in water. Glass jugs and narrow jars are perfect for them. Remember to use water without chlorine or fluoride. Never let the water in the jar get cloudy and cloudy and change it two to three times a week.
Botanical name: Codiaeum variegatum
Croton has the boldest foliage of any houseplant, we also added it to our list of indoor plants for the nursery. It may not grow permanently in water, but you can use this method to root its cuttings.
Botanical name: Impatiens walleriana
Impatiens can thrive in water for quite a long time. Remove all lower leaves and immerse their cut ends in water. Once they have formed long roots, transplant them into pots. This way, other impatient people will be ready in no time.