Six Low Light Air-Purifying Plants

Six Low Light Air-Purifying Plants -- Plants require sunshine to survive, however not all plants require a lot of light to flourish. Many beautiful plants thrive in without any of sunshine. These "Six Low Light Air-Purifying Plants" will provide a touch of green to any room in your home; all they require is indirect sunlight or artificial light.

Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra elatior)


The Cast Iron Plant gets its name from the fact that it is as hard and difficult to kill like cast iron. Because it is almost indestructible, black thumb gardeners should have a couple of these plants in their gardens. Cast Iron Plants feature huge, lush green leaves that look wonderful in the corner of most spaces. They are low-light plants that thrive in any room of the house.

Dumb Cane (Dieffenbachia)


Dumb Canes are beautiful plants that survive in low levels of sunshine. Dumb Canes like low light or filtered light, which is light that passes through a sheer curtain or window. Keep the soil moist but not wet. They are frequently seen in homes and offices. 

Peacock Plant (Calathea makoyana)


This plant is also known by various names, including rattlesnake plant and zebra plant. A Peacock Plant, whatever you call it, has lovely foliage that resembles a peacock with varied colors and tints. The majority of people cultivate these houseplants for their beauty; they certainly stand out in a space. Because too much light causes pale foliage, keep these plants in low to medium light.

Bromeliad (Bromeliaceae)


A bromeliad is a tropical plant that adds vibrant color to your home. They can be recognized from other houseplants by their tall, green leaves and crimson or pink centers. Most Bromeliad species thrive in bright, indirect sunshine; the light should not be shining directly on the plant. Too much direct sun ruin the delicate leaves of this plant.

Chinese Evergreen (Aglaonema)


If you've never tried growing houseplants before, Chinese Evergreen plants are a great place to start because they don't require much light and require little care. Some are small enough to fit above desks or on shelves, while others are large enough to sit on the floor close to furniture. These plants are excellent for purifying the air in your house. If you set them in direct sunlight, your plant will have burnt leaves.

Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)


Peace lily is one of the most popular houseplants. A peace lily, despite its name, is not a genuine lily; the white petal is a leaf bract that develops around a yellow bloom. If you don't have cats, don't grow these. Peace Lilies may grow up to 40 inches tall, making them ideal for a tall centerpiece on your table or as a floor plant. They thrive in low to medium light environments, although they may also thrive under artificial light. 

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