15 Crochet Plants Patterns

Many of us don’t have outside space of our own, or the time tend indoor plants. But we do have crafting skills! We love the idea of no-maintenance, handmade garden, and these crochet plants have us feeling inspired!

CROCHET PLANTS PATTERNS

What happens when you’re a wannabe plant parent, but every single plant you own just keeps dying? Just crochet one of these crochet plants!

15 Plant Crochet Patterns

This round-up of crochet plants isn’t just ideal fir brightening up your boudoir or adding a bit of kitsch to your kitchen – they make fab gifts! Who wouldn’t want the gift of a plant that looks beautiful, but never needs watering?


1. Succulent Cactus Eyeball Plant Crochet Pattern by Crafty Intentions

This Succulent Cactus Eyeball Plant Crochet Pattern comes with instructions for ten different kinds of Cactuses, Succulents, and hanging plants with hidden eyeballs on the bottom!

These mischievous plants only hide your stuff sometimes, and they can never be killed!

Succulent Cactus Eyeball Plant Crochet Pattern by Crafty Intentions

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2. Flower Pot Crochet Plants Pattern by Sewrella

This plushy Crochet Flower Pot Amigurumi Plant is a perfect gift for Mother’s Day, birthdays, or anniversaries. You can change their colors to bright red and white to mimic poinsettias, too!

This is an intermediate level crochet pattern, and the techniques you will need to know are single crochetincreasedecreasehalf double crochetdouble crochetmagic ringchain stitch, and slip stitch.

Flower Pot Crochet Plants Pattern by Sewrella

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3. Crochet Snake Plant Pattern by Knot Monster

The snake plant is a decorative plant that has been cultivated for centuries, and it’s lovingly represented here in crochet.

This is a wonderful amigurumi plant project that will be a pleasant diversion from blankest, squares, and teddies, which are usual crochet fare.

The leaves are nicely rigid and stand just like on the real plant, and the whole pattern itself will be great for an area at home that doesn’t get a whole lot of sunshine. 

Crochet Snake Plant Pattern by Knot Monster

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4. Crochet Bonsai Tree Pattern by Vliegende Hollander

Do you want to stay zen? Or are you just looking for house plants that won’t need that much love and attention (also known as, water)?

Well look no more because with this clear and easy to follow crochet pattern, you can now make your very own crochet Bonsai tree! 

Crochet Bonsai Tree Pattern by Vliegende Hollander

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5. Cactus Garden Crochet Plant Free Pattern by Artefacts Crochet Design

This is a fun project that includes patterns for 5 different cactus/succulent plants as well as the soil and the pot. You can follow the pattern as it is, or you can make up the plants individually and glue them into plastic or terracotta pots instead.

Cactus Garden Crochet Plant Free Pattern by Artefacts Crochet Design

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6. Pull And Grow Amigurumi Plant Crochet Pattern by Crafty Is Cool

This sweet little potted plant is a fun and easy interactive toy to crochet! Pulling on the leaves makes him grow from a little seedling to a tall proud plant.

With a new beginning each time he grows, he’ll inspire smiles and giggles from children and adults alike!

6. Pull And Grow Amigurumi Plant Crochet Pattern by Crafty Is Cool

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7. String Of Hearts Crochet Plant Pattern by Hook And I Crafts Store

No need to water this little crochet houseplant, so at least you’ll be able to keep this one alive. They make the perfect gift; for a birthday, housewarming gift and more.

String Of Hearts Crochet Plant Pattern by Hook And I Crafts Store

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8. Lady Tote Plant Crochet Pattern by Evelyn And Peter Crochet

This Plant Lady Tote Bag is perfect for anyone who loves plants and succulents! It features three different plants on the front, perfect for every plant lover!

It’s designed by using the tapestry crochet technique. Its worked up in single crochet stitches throughout with a helpful graph available.

Lady Tote Plant Crochet Pattern by Evelyn And Peter Crochet

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9. Crochet Primrose Potted Plant Pattern by Planet June

Nothing says Spring quite like the sight of a primrose. But why wait for Spring? Bring a taste of spring into your home, whatever the season – a pot of crocheted primroses will brighten your day in a glorious riot of color!

Crochet Primrose Potted Plant Pattern by Planet June

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10. Dangling Curly Plant Crochet Pattern by The Hook Nook Life

Crochet your very own zero maintenance dangling curly plant. You never have to water it and it will be a forever plant friend by your side! Switch up the type and color of yarn to make a completely unique Dangling Curly Plant

Dangling Curly Plant Crochet Pattern by The Hook Nook Life

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11. Crochet Aloe Vera Plant Pattern by Pocketful Of Yarn

This succulent is a beautiful accent piece used on a desk, in your locker or displayed on a shelf. It looks eclectic and chic as well as quirky when you realize its crocheted! Makes a great gift or a fun project to learn.

Crochet Aloe Vera Plant Pattern by Pocketful Of Yarn

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12. The Pots Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by The Little Hook Crochet

Is your window sill looking a little bare? After a quick and easy project that will be a great present for a friend or loved one? Looking for a potted plant fit for a non-green thumb? Look no further!

These little pots are aimed to bring a smile to anyone’s face. Crochet one or make all three – it is all up to what you desire.

The Pots Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by The Little Hook Crochet

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13. Teacup Planter Crochet Amigurumi Pattern by Outlaw Heart Creations

Made with a few simple stitches, this project is a little advanced as it features color changing! Included in this pattern are the instructions for the teacup planter, saucer, poppy, dandelions, rose and daisy.

Teacup Planter Crochet Amigurumi Pattern by Outlaw Heart Creations

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14. Sprouting Oddish Crochet Plant Free Pattern by Knot Bad Ami

Here’s Oddish! With the plant pot, he/she can be added to any household as an adorable decorative piece hidden as plant, but surprise guests when Oddish sprouts! 

Sprouting Oddish Crochet Pattern by Knot Bad Ami

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15. Crochet Christmas Cactus Pattern by Planet June

The Christmas Cactus is a popular houseplant also known as Zygocactus, Schlumbergera, and Thanksgiving Cactus. They have flat, segmented stems that resemble leaves and beautiful bright flowers.

Christmas (or Thanksgiving) cacti are so named because they usually flower from November to February, but the crocheted variety can stay in bloom all year round!

Crochet Christmas Cactus Pattern by Planet June

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WHICH OF THESE CROCHET PLANTS WILL YOU BE MAKING FIRST? ONE WON’T BE ENOUGH – YOU’LL HAVE A WHOLE CROCHETED GARDEN IN NO TIME!

Please feel free to share your makes with us on our Facebook Page. We can’t wait to see what you create! 

Artificial plants can bring a natural appeal indoors with an added advantage of being completely maintenance free. So, if you want more of these, check out these 27 Crochet Cactus Patterns, 32 Crochet Flower Patterns and 15 African Flower Crochet Patterns.

You don’t always need to have real plants to enjoy their beauty. Using these awesome crochet plants patterns, you can decorate your home in style!