Low-maintenance ZZ plant thrives in low-light environments, tolerates infrequent watering. Watch for yellowing leaves, water every 1-2 weeks.
Snake plants are low maintenance houseplants that tolerate various indoor conditions. Water only when soil is dry, prefer low light, and pH 5.5-7.0.
Get a Tradescantia Zebrina for a cascading, low-light vining plant with vibrant purple stripes. Keep soil moist and it grows well with others!
Spider plants are great for low-light conditions, only need weekly watering, and are safe for dogs but can be mildly hallucinogenic to cats.
Philodendron Heartleaf is a low-light plant, ideal for shelves or hanging baskets. Water it once every 1-2 weeks. Its vines and leaves grow gracefully.
Indoor growth of trailing plant in low/moderate light, control growth in hanging basket/trellis. Water only when soil dry. Poisonous to humans/animals.
Peace Lilies thrive in low light, making them perfect for dark corners and bathrooms. Water every 7-10 days and avoid direct sunlight.
Plants need sunlight for photosynthesis, low light slows growth. Consider faux plants for no light areas, they only need occasional dusting.