7 Low Light Houseplants You Probably Can't Kill

Helloshabby.com -- The house feel fresher and more beautiful with plants. However, unfortunately, there are some conditions or spots in the house that are not ideal for some plant growth. For example, areas of the house with low light conditions, such as bedrooms or bathrooms. The area will look empty without plants, but it can also cause plants to not live well. As a solution, you can consider plants that can live and don't die easily in low light conditions. What are those? Find it in 7 Low Light Houseplants You Probably Can't Kill.

1. Spider Plants 


Spider plants have excellent adaptability. They're also super easy to grow, even when you ignore them. Spider plants are suitable for hanging in empty vertical spaces. Luckily, spider plants are indoor plants. They can thrive in indirect light and grow well in areas with low light conditions. 

2. Black Raven ZZ Plant


Fill a dark corner of the house with ZZ plant Black Raven. This is a type of plant that survives in low light with indirect light. Low light conditions also trigger color changes. The new leaves are initially green and will turn black in dark conditions. Put them in aesthetic pots and let them grow tall like this. 

3. Jade Plant


Generally, plants that survive in low light conditions are adaptable and easy to care for. One of them is the jade plant or crasulla ovata. It is an easy plant to cultivate. A single cutting can become a lush new plant. Jade plant can be your tiny desk plant. Somehow, placing the jade plant in low light will make it grew slowly. 

4. Corn plant


Dracaena Fragrans (Corn plant) is a popular plant as a filter for indoor air pollutant. This plant is also ideal as a home decor with deep green foliage and bright lime green leaf edge. Corn plant is never go wrong to be placed anywhere. They can grow happily even in low light. 

5. Snake Plant/ Sansevieria


Plant you probably can't kill and grow well in low light, one of which is the snake plant or sansevieria. They have fleshy leaves, thick and tough. Some varieties have beautiful leaf gradations like this. It is also a drought-tolerant plant. Do not overwater it when you put it in low light. 

6. Pothos


You may be familiar with this plant, pothos plant. Pick jade pothos plant for your low light situations, as the direct sunlight will burn their leaves. Pothos plant survive well in low light conditions. But you should know that too little lighting can cause the leaves to lose their variegation and only have dark green leaves. 

7. Parlor Palm


Parlor palm will give your home a fresh, classic look. These are houseplants that prefer low light over bright low light over bright light, as they suffer from direct sunlight. You don't have to put it in a window with bright light. 

Hopefully, those 7 Low Light Houseplants You Probably Can't Kill are useful for those of you who're looking for ideas and inspiration about houseplant decor and ideas. We hope that it will be easier for you to realize your dream home! Don't forget to share it with your relatives and family!

Author      : Yeni
Editor       : Munawaroh
Source     : Various Source

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