Plants Tolerant To Dark Interiors

Plants Tolerant To Dark Interiors


This is one of the easiest indoor plants to care for. It is best grown as a trailer or a hanging plant.

Light: The perfect position to place this plant is where there is Indirect or low light preferably where the sun will not get to the foliage. Yellow leaves are an indication that the plant is getting too much light.

Water: Before watering, it is best to insert your finger slightly into the soil to check the moisture level. If the soil feels completely dry, then you can go ahead and water the plant.

Size: Its stems can grow up to 8 feet.


If you are looking for an undemanding tropical plant for your home them pothos is a great start. It can be grown in water or dry soil and does well in low or indirect sunlight which makes it a perfect choice for a hanging plant.  Direct sunlight often leads to dead foliage of the plant hence avoiding it would be the best option.



There are around 2800 tropical and sub-tropical palm tree species that can make beautiful indoor plants. The many species call for careful selection of the type of palm to keep indoors since not all of them need direct sunlight to grow. However, most indoor palm trees thrive in moist but well-drained soil and easily adapt to low light.


Boston Fern

Boston Fern thrives well with indirect light, high humidity, and a cool environment. Water the plant any time it feels dry since the soil should always remain moist or rather damp.



This tropical vine plant cannot withstand direct sunlight, does well in high humidity and well-drained soil. This kind of plant is pleased by florescent lights and adequate space between watering.


Other plants that thrive in low light include: Dracaena, ZZ plant, English Ivy, Peace Lily, Moth Orchid, spider plant and Begonia.

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