AUSTIN, TX – It can be tough to find houseplants for your home that will thrive in a low light environment. While adding fake plants to your home seems easy enough for those lacking a green thumb, real plants have more health benefits and can often be therapeutic. Here are 10 plants you can add to your space that thrive in moderate to low light environments.
1. ZZ Plant
ZZ plants are easy to grow indoors and are extremely tolerant to low light. Their glossy, bright green leaves complement any room decor.
2. Snake Plant
Forget to water your plants? Snake plants might be good for you! They manage well through dry spells and thrive under moderate to low light.
3. Staghorn Fern
Staghorn Ferns require high humidity and moderate light making them a great addition to hang in your bathroom.
Anthurium plants bloom in red, white, or pink and perform well in medium to low light with constantly moist soil.
5. Lucky Bamboo
Lucky Bamboo plants thrive most with water and low to medium light. Change the water weekly and keep the soil evenly moist.
6. Prayer Plant
Prayer plants thrive best with indirect sunlight, so it’s best to keep them close to a window. This plant also requires well-drained soil with high humidity.
7. Monstera Plant
Monstera is the perfect addition to any room and immediately adds a bold tropical feel. It thrives under most lighting conditions and purifies the air.
8. Birds Nest Fern
The Birds Nest Fern’s is a unique tropical tree that thrives in high humidity and light shade.
9. Spider Plant
Spider plants are easy to grow indoors. They thrive under a variety of conditions and flourish with well-drained soil and indirect sunlight.
10. Peace Lily
The Pace Lily reblooms several times throughout the year and prefers moderate to low light and moist soil.