10 Houseplants That Grow In Dark

by Marry Dell

    Love growing plants in the home to give your interior a touch of green for your living space but the home lacks direct sunlight. Don’t worry your problem will be dealt with after reading the article. We’ve summed up the list of the best indoor plants that grow well in low light, even dark. Of course, you also can plant them in the most shade of your home for a long time. In addition, like other houseplants, they are easy to grow and take care of.
    10 Houseplants That Grow In Dark
    Sunlight is of utmost importance for a plant’s life, if they don’t have the sun, they will fall and can’t grow as normal. In fact, not all plants need to be full of the sun for growth because of having plants are born with low light-loving properties. And these plants today are great examples to prove. If you want to grow some plants in your house, these plants here are some recommendations for you.

    #1 Peace Lily

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    Although Peace Lily thrives in bright rooms, it also tolerates low light to dark rooms. Keep in mind that water it regularly for it to maintain its lushness.

    #2 ZZ Plant

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    ZZ Plant grows well in bad soil conditions, low water, low light, even darkness, its leaves also get greener by the day.

    #3 Chinese Evergreen

    Source: Planterina

    Chinese Evergreen thrives in low light to dark rooms. It displays beautiful silver-green foliage to add green space to your home.

    #4 Spider Plant

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    Spider Plant can grow well in low light areas or in complete darkness. Whether you place it in any room, it also helps in oxygen production at night making the air in the home purer by the day.

    #5 Snake Plant

    Source: Bunches

    Snake Plant gets the lesser the light, the more vigorous the growth. It is very low maintenance, grows well in neglect, even lushly.

    #6 Parlor Palm

    Source: Thesill

    Parlor Palm is a house plant that survives in complete darkness as long as the plant gets the proper moisture.

    #7 Philodendron

    Source: Gardenersworld

    By the native habitat in thick forests, Philodendron is used to dark and low-lit surroundings making it tolerant to low light or complete darkness. You can place it in pots, windowless or lightless rooms.

    #8 Pothos

    Source: Interiorplants

    Pothos is also one of those houseplants that you can grow in low light to dark rooms without fear of wilting.

    #9 Dracaena

    Source: Bloombox

    Dracaena tolerate darkness but cannot tolerate overwatering. In addition, it is quite toxic to pets, so you should keep them away from this plant when growing it in the home.

    #10 Maidenhair Fern

    Source: Sugarcreekgardens

    Maidenhair Fern belongs to the natural habitat in thick rainforests, so this plant is used to low light or complete darkness.

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