Indoor Plants for Low Light: Brighten Dark Rooms

Snake plants thrive in indirect sunshine and are versatile; they tolerate low light.

ZZs thrive in low light and can be neglected. Their lustrous, dark green foliage enhance indoor settings.

Pothos is resilient and adaptable to low light. Famous for its trailing vines and heart-shaped leaves.

Spider plants bloom in indirect light and have arching leaves with baby plantlets, making them attractive in low light.

Low-light peace lilies yield lovely white blossoms. Additionally, they improve interior air quality.

The cast iron plant is resilient and can tolerate low light, making it ideal for dim corners or rooms with little natural light.

Philodendrons like the heartleaf are low-light-tolerant and easy to care for, making them ideal for inside locations with minimal sunshine.

Many Dracaena species thrive in low light. They provide indoor rooms height and visual flair.

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