17 Best Low Light Indoor Plants for the Home or Office
Here's a list of best low light indoor plants that you won't have to keep moving around or worry too much about:
The Peperomia Lemon Lime adds bright colour to the home or office as a low light plant. It is also a very low maintenance plant.
This ZZ plant laughs at those who neglect it with little light. Its low light capabilities makes it an excellent shade plant that just won't die - if you don't purposely try to make it.
Peperomia Jades are one of the staple low light indoor plants that people get if they are new to the plant hobby. It has nice healthy green leaves that stay that way.
A lesser known low light plant is the Blue Star Fern. It is hardier than most of your common green ferns and actually looks cooler too!
The devil's ivy plant is one of the best low light indoor plants you can get. It boasts a high survivability rate and can adapt to almost all conditions in the home or office.
Yellow-edged snake plants like this one are a testament to the beauty you can acquire from a low light plant. It too can handle a lot of neglect.
The red veins of the Maranta leuconeura are spectacular. It almost doesn't look real! This is both a pretty and pretty good plant for low light conditions.
The snake plant is a low maintenance plant that can take all levels of light, from low to high. In the home or office, this indoor plant can still thrive.
A crimson beauty this truly is... It is a very bold colour for a low light plant and one of the best looking Peperomias for the home too.
The White Butterfly Syngonium is a pretty white and light green coloured variety that goes well in low-to-medium light. Staring at it feels like a dream.
The Birds Nest Fern may look messy but it brings lots of personality as a low light plant into your indoor jungle. As a native Australian plant, it is a good one for us Aussie plant parents to embrace.
The heart-shaped leaves of this Philodendron love the low light conditions in your home or office. Remember to give it some love back!
The Ctenanthe burle marxii has ridiculously aesthetic fishbone patterns all over its foliage. Being able to handle low light, this indoor plant is a perfect pick for creating an exotic look in your home.
Quite a special Syngonium as it is a unique pink colour. This low light tolerant plant is a good pick for those who want to add more colour to their indoor jungles.
This Peperomia caperata can handle low light levels very well. Perfect for placement on office desks or book shelves.
The Monstera siltepecana is an excellent low light climbing plant that is perfect for the home or office. Check out its awesome leaf patterns!
Similar to the regular devil's ivy - this neon version is great for brightening up dull rooms that aren't lit up enough.
There are many low light indoor plants for the home or office. Just remember that low light does not mean no light - there still needs to be some light. The best houseplants for low-light conditions will thrive the most if you can find a relatively sunny spot in your home where you get about at least two to four hours of good sun a day, which would result in nice healthy growth. With low light plants, you just need to check if it's getting enough water. It's so much easier having one less thing to worry about as a plant parent.