In Your Home
7 Low Light Indoor Trees That Will Thrive
Enhance your home with low light indoor trees. Ficus benzamide, rubber plant, lady palm are popular choices. They improve air quality and reduce stress.
Ficus Elastica (Rubber Plant)
Ficus Elastica, the Rubber Plant: Purifies air, low-maintenance. Light: low to medium. Water when top 2 inches dry. Avoid direct sunlight and drafts.
Schefflera Arboricola (Dwarf Umbrella Tree)
Compact tropical elegance for indoors. Easy care; moderate light. Water when top 2 inches of soil are dry. Avoid direct sunlight.
or Madagascar Dragon Tree, is a slow-growing indoor plant with bright red leaf edges. Low to medium light and moderate watering. Avoid direct sunlight and drafts.
Easy-care tropical beauty for indoors. Blooms for months in various colors. Low-medium light, water when mix is dry. Keep well-ventilated, avoid direct sun.
Zamioculcas Aamiifolia (ZZ Plant)
Thrives in low light. Glossy, dark green leaves add elegance. Drought-tolerant, ideal for busy people. Water when top 2 inches of soil are dry.
Aspidistra Elatior (Cast Iron Plant)
A low-light, low-maintenance plant from China & Japan. Dark green leaves add sophistication indoors. Removes toxins from the air.
Sansevieria Trifasciata (Snake Plant)
hardy & low-maintenance. Thrives in low light, needs infrequent watering. Stylish, air-purifying choice for any room.
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