Low Light Plants
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These low light houseplants are hard to kill and don't require a lot of maintenance, so they are the perfect indoor plants! As a bonus some of these houseplants are also air purifying plants that will purify the air in your home.
Jade plants need full sun in order to grow properly and need to be drained well. Allow the soil to dry out completely before each watering. Softening leaves indicate it’s time for more water. cast iron plants can handle low light, extreme temperatures and can survive for a good length without water. However, It’s still a good idea to keep the soil moist for healthy growth by watering every 2-3 weeks.
Filtered light is best for this plant. Try using a curtain as a barrier between it and the sun, especially during the the spring and summer when the plant is producing new, tender leaves.
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Peace Lilly ♥ Does best out of direct sunlight, so place this in a dark spot in your home! ♥ They are a beautiful addition to your home and they clean the air! ♥♥♥
Most houses don't get a ton of direct sunlight, and many rooms don't get any at all. If you've ever wondered: "What low light houseplants can I grow in my indoor gardening space?" Then this list is for you | GetBusyGardening.com
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