Indoor plants can instantly lift any space. However some may think that not every part of your house is suitable for a house plant. We all have that one dark spot that just doesn’t see much light.
Fear not – there are still houseplants that don’t need much light at all, and can lift your space and purify your air in the process.
Here are our top 5 picks for low light houseplants.
- FIVE: LADY PALM -
The Lady Palm (rhapis) will grow in almost any well-drained soil, and is cold tolerant. Give it a drink when the top inch of soil is dry. This low light indoor plant prefers to be positioned away from full sun, but will grow well in a position that gets light.
- FOUR: ZANZIBAR GEM -
The Zanzibar Gem (zamioculcus zamiofolia) or ZZ Plant is a low light indoor plant that prefers indirect light, and the amount of water it needs depends on the amount of light it gets. Lots of sun means lots of water, less sun means less water.
- THREE: SNAKE PLANT -
The Snake Plant (sansevieria) will grow in any position out of direct sunlight, doesn’t like to be overwatered and will thrive in any environment from offices to homes.
- TWO: MISTLETOE CACTI -Mistletoe Cacti (rhipsalis) prefers well-drained soil and a bit of humidity, so give it a mist now and again. Water it in summer, but increase the time between drinks during winter. Keep it away from direct sunlight, as it enjoy moderate light.
- ONE: SPIDER PLANT -
The Spider Plant's adaptability makes it super easy to grow and therefore, super popular. Plus, it's easy to breed and share with others. It can stand up to a lot of neglect and will thrive in indirect light.
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