For better indoor air quality and aesthetics, choose low-light office plants. These workplace plants thrive under low light:
Sansevieria trifasciata: This resilient plant, sometimes known as the mother-in-law's tongue, can endure low light.
Dracaena spp.: Dragon tree (Dracaena marginata). Can handle bright and low light. Provides vertical appeal with upright growth.
In a low-light office, avoid placing these plants in dark corners. They need indirect light for photosynthesis. Watch watering needs and let the soil dry between waterings to avoid overwatering. Plants stay healthy and attractive with regular upkeep, pruning, and leaf dusting.