Many of us love to keep beautiful flowers in our home, especially in living rooms and bedrooms. Flowers make you house cozy and you feel really better when you come home and see a great composition of flowers near your bed in a light room. But there are some corners in our homes that have. However, there are some corners and areas in our homes that will receive less light than others as it’s impossible with traditional and regular residential buildings to get strong daylight to every single square meter of the home.. However, that doesn’t mean these spaces have to miss out on natural fauna for there are low light plants which can thrive in such conditions. Low light house plants are a sound choice when seeking foliage for a darkened part of an interior.
The most popular indoor plant for shady interior spaces are bamboo plants. Bamboo is very versatile and is easily adaptable to a wide variety of conditions. Due to its natural habitat being in the thick forests of Asia, the bamboo plant family is a sensible choice for darker areas of the home interior. Some bamboo plants are seen as lucky symbols which are said to bring fortune and prosperity and are widely seen as ideal gifts. With some watering and avoidance of prolonged direct sunlight, a lucky bamboo plant will become a long-lasting permanent decorative feature to a shady area of your home.
Another popular choice of low light house plant is the spider plant. Their look gives them their name due to the multiple downward growing stalks that take on the vague appearance of spider’s legs. That said, they are not going to be the bane of people with arachnophobia for this minimal light plant is an attractive species native to South Africa which will enhance any interior in which it is placed. Spider plants are also extremely easy to take care of.
The golden pothos vine is probably one of the most bulky of low light plants for the home. These plants thrive in moderate conditions and with a little added fertilizer can become a long lasting aesthetically pleasing fixture to a living room, bedroom or home study. It’s alternative name is Devil’s Ivy probably because of its insoluble calcium oxalates. As long as the leaves are not ingested, there is absolutely no danger however it is wise to keep the golden pothos vine out of reach of young children and overly inquisitive household pets.
A final low light house plant I want to mention is the snake plant which is also known as the Mother-in-Law’s tongue. When seeking the most resilient of house plants for low light areas then this is probably the most appropriate for your needs. The leaves are very strong and thus not prone to damage. One drawback is it’s toxicity if, like the Devil’s Ivy, it is ingested and thus it should be kept clear of children and animals. This plant is extremely versatile in that it can thrive in a wide range of conditions from prolonged direct sun to constant shade. The leaves of this plant tend to have a couple or more different shades which make it an ideal ornamental plant for low light areas of the home.