Collection: Low Light Plants

Our Low Light Plants Collection is pleased to have you here. These low-light indoor plants do best when kept indoors, where they receive less direct sunshine. They are low-maintenance.

We offer Aglaonema Red Siam, Money Tree, Sansevieria, Spider Plant, and ZZ Plant in our inventory. Both offer a wide range of benefits, including air cleaning and cosmetic enhancement. Discover the suitable plant for your home or business here. Enjoy easy greenery without much light.

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  • Easy to Care For

    Low-light plants need less attention. You don't have to water them often. They grow well even if you forget about them. Perfect for busy people or beginners.

  • Fits Anywhere

    These low-light house plants can live in places with little sunlight. They are ideal for spaces with minimal windows. You can position them at any location within your house or office.

  • Improves Air Quality

    These are the best low-light plants that help clean the air. They remove toxins, making your space healthier. Being indoors can improve your well-being and respiratory comfort.

Top Selling Low Light Plants

ZZ Plant

The shiny, black leaves of the ZZ Plant give off an aura of elegant refinement. Due to its low light requirement, it is perfect for indoor applications. The maintenance of this plant is minimal. It makes any room look better.

Money Tree (Pachira)

The Money Tree is a sign of wealth. It has lush green leaves and cleans the air. It's simple to look after. This plant fits well in any room, adding beauty and good luck.

Aglaonema Red Siam

This indoor plant's low light has red and green leaves. It's beautiful and cleans the air. The Red Siam is easy to care for. It works well in different light conditions. This plant is safe for pets.

Sansevieria Tough Lady

The Tough Lady is strong and stylish. It purifies the air and loves low light. This plant can survive in dry conditions. It complements any decor and requires little maintenance.

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum 'Variegata')

The Spider Plant is a versatile and easy-to-care-for indoor plant. It cleanses the air by eliminating contaminants. It is pet-friendly. This plant is a great choice for beginners or to add some brightness to any environment.

Sansevieria Zeylanica

This plant has long, elegant leaves. It improves air quality and is easy to care for. The Zeylanica grows well in different lights. It brings calm and greenery to any indoor area.



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Frequently Asked Question

Water them only when the soil feels dry. This is usually once a week, Water your low-light plants when the soil's top inch is dry. The frequency may vary depending on the plant variety and the humidity levels in your home, ranging from weekly to less frequent. These plants need less water because they grow slower in low light. Check the soil first to avoid depends on the plant and where you live. Check the soil first. Water when it's dry. If not, then wait a little longer.

Yes, low-light plants can grow in rooms without windows. They can survive with artificial light, like lamps or LED lights. But, they do best with some natural light. For artificial lighting, maintain it for around 12 hours daily.

Low-light plants don't need special soil. But, well-draining soil is best. This soil type aids in preventing waterlogging around the roots. Purchase indoor plant potting mix from a garden store.

It's best to keep your low-light plant inside. These low-light indoor plants are used to less light and might get sunburned outside. Select a shaded location if you plan to place them outside. Ensure to retrieve them before the temperature drops significantly.

Wilting, yellowing, or brown blotches on your plant's leaves may be caused by excessive light exposure. Move your plant to a location with less light if you notice these signs. Low-light plants do well in north-facing rooms or away from windows.