Imagine a world where your indoor space is filled with greenery that not only enhances your decor but also purifies your air and reduces stress, wouldn't that be amazing? Let's explore some indoor plants that thrive even without much sunlight.
Benefits of Indoor Plants
These plants are not just a decorative feature, they serve a higher purpose. They are known to reduce stress levels and purify the air in your interior spaces. Furthermore, they can significantly enhance your living or office space by adding a touch of nature and vitality.
Renowned for its air-purifying quality and ease of maintenance, Pothos is a tropical plant, identifiable by its heart-shaped leaves. Its preference is warmth and humidity. To keep it in best shape, avoid placing it near an air conditioning unit or radiator, and dust its leaves with a damp cloth regularly.
Tradescantia, also known as Misère
Tradescantia is a tough plant with the ability to resist heat and drought and adapt to various light conditions. Originating from South America, this plant has a vining habit and fleshy leaves with purple tints to add color to your indoor space.
Sansevieria, or “Mother-in-law's tongue”
This succulent plant, with its graphic appearance, provides a modern and zen decor. It can thrive in both sun or shade, but be sure to avoid overwatering and take care of the leaf tips. This plant is also popularly known as “Mother-in-law's tongue”.
Aglaonema is an ideal choice for dimly lit living room corners, entrances, or even bathrooms. It exhibits a trendy, bohemian chic decor and requires little maintenance. Yet, be aware that its leaves can be slightly irritating and toxic if ingested by humans or pets so it's best to keep them out of reach.
Dracaena is for those who desire an elegant, aesthetic indoor plant with minimum maintenance. Bearing an exotic touch with its lovely foliage, it won't exceed 3 meters and its growth may slow without much light, making it suitable for indoor settings.