They can thrive even in poor conditions for many years. You can place this compact plant on your desk or table where you work.
This shade-loving plant doesn’t need much sunlight so never expose them to full sun, to avoid scorching it. You can know how much sunlight this plant requires by simply looking at its foliage. Chinese Evergreen with dark green leaves needs less sunlight than light shade leaves.
Many varieties of prayer plant have delicate pink veins that spread across its leaves and design weblike tendrils of color.
Although, they grow well in bright light but never place them in direct sunlight. Prayer plants also grow in lower light conditions and can survive for a long period of time. However, too little light can lead plant’s leaves to lose color.
Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena sanderiana)
It looks like Bamboo but actually it belongs to the Dracaena family. Whatever family it belongs to, you’ll appreciate it’s easy to live in any condition.
This graceful plant needs the care to grow elegant lines, so you have to do homework before growing them. This plant grows well in partial shade or low light, so avoid direct sunlight because that leads to scorching of its leaves.
Southern Maidenhair Fern prefers humidity so you have to water them regularly to keep the soil moist. You can also use a moisture strip on the soil periodically. Southern Maidenhair Fern prefers distilled water or tap water.
There are also other varieties of ferns with colorful leaves that you can try as well. Christmas fern is one of them.
Parlor Palm (Chamaedorea elegans)
Looking for a low light houseplant that can be placed at your dining place or living room. Then, Parlor Palm is the best choice for this. In the history of this plant, at Victoria times when having a parlor palm in the house was a mark of taste and affluence.
To prove this, you have to plant it in your house and see how after a few weeks it improves your living spaces. Parlor palm plants grow easily in either low or medium-light but excessive exposure of light might damage its leaves.
So, don’t place them in windows and avoid other powerful light sources. The Parlor palm plant grows even under incandescent bulb light.
Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra elatior)
Do you have the opposite of green thumb and end up killing every plant you try to grow? Then cast iron plant is a good choice for you.
As you can guess from the plant’s name this plant is hardy in nature and survives almost in any disaster.
Peace Lily can tolerate dim light but they grow better in bright spots to inhibit white flowers.
So, whenever possible place them in bright spots where they get indirect sunlight. However, you should never expose them to direct sunlight.
This plant is perfect for college students as they need very little care and spread lots of happiness.
Peace Lily is an attractive plant anyone can notice their presence in the room.
It’s not hard to care for them but their leaves can be toxic so you should always wear gloves while handling them.
Touching Peace Lily foliage directly can cause skin irritation. You can place them in higher spots so that pets and children cannot touch them.
Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum)
Spider plant is also known as an air plant as it eats airborne pollutants including formaldehyde and xylene. They also remove bad odour so you can place them in the bathroom, garages, or other areas with strong smells.