Parkway's Top 5 Plants for Low Light
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2. Spider Plant
3. Snake Plant or Sansevieria
Snake plants have to be one of the easiest, most resilient indoor plants you can get. These beauties do well in any light level, and are great for spaces with minimal light. They are incredibly low maintenance - they thrive on neglect! They're tough foliage make them a great kid-friendly option as well. Snake plants will also provide you with babies you can eventually divide and re-pot for new plants!
Snake plants come in several different forms. From floor models to accents for your shelf, they've got you covered with all different shapes, colours, and sizes!
4. Dumb Cane or Dieffenbachia
We love dieffenbachia for their showy, speckled foliage. These beauties will tolerate lower light levels, making it a great option for low light areas. Ensure you water your dieffenbachia on a regular schedule - they do not like to be left too wet or too dry for periods of time - and adjust watering according to the season. Take advantage of the texture and drama of the foliage and spruce up your corners with this lovely tropical!
DID YOU KNOW? Dieffenbachia loves humidity, making them the perfect plant for your bathroom!
5. Peace Lily
This lush beauty will thrive in almost all light levels. Peace lilies require a fair amount of water, but it will certainly let you know when it's thirsty! They can grow to be quite bushy, making them a great candidate for a floor plant! They provide a beautiful white flower for those looking for something beyond foliage. Peace lilies are low maintenance and great for cleaning your air!
This list is a great place to start if you are just starting your journey with indoor plants, or if you're looking to green up your space. Growing success is unique to each individual, and can vary based on many factors. Always monitor your plants for signs of over or under watering, too much light, too little light, or pests. If you ever have any questions, take pictures of your plants and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us in store!