5 Low Light Indoor Plants You'll Love to Grow

Written by Naomi Meza


Posted on December 29 2023

Not all areas of your home get the sun's kiss every day, so indoor plants requiring low light are an absolute must-have, especially for those with long, gray winters.

The plants below need close to no sunlight to survive while still cleaning your indoor air of impurities and beautifying the space they're in - a win, win!

Let's take a look.

1. Peperomia 

peperomia plants in pots

Peperomia is a plant genus that includes many plants from the Piperaceae plant species.

Scientists have recorded over 1000 species growing in tropical and subtropical regions.

If you are looking for an easy-to-care-for indoor plant, then peperomias are just the right fit.


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They do not require much watering and only need a well-lit spot in the home to thrive.

Light does not have to be direct sunlight, but any location with indirect sunlight will do.

To help your peperomia plant thrive, try Blood Meal fertilizer 13-0-0.


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2. Spider Plant

spider plant in white pot

The spider plant is easy on the eyes and a lucky plant to have in your home or office.

It does not require direct sunlight or much watering to thrive and needs minimal attention from you.

The plant is non-toxic and edible for pets, making it a great addition to your home. 


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The lifespan of this beauty is about 20 to 50 years, which makes it a worthwhile investment.

For a longer lifespan, consider using the best indoor plant fertilizer, Bone Meal fertilizer.

3. Golden Pothos 

golden pathos in gray pot

Many homeowners are keen on getting a Golden Pothos because of its exceptional capabilities to filter gaseous toxins like formaldehyde.

Also known as Devil's Ivy, it is a great indoor plant for your home with only one downside: it is poisonous to humans and their pets.

The plant is great for an indoor plant because it stays alive even when kept in the darkness.


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4. Peace Lily 

peace lily in black pot

The peace lily, also known as Spathiphyllum.

The house plant thrives in neutral soil pH with minimum light needed year-round.

The plant goes perfectly well with a classic or ultra-modern interior finish.

To help this indoor plant thrive, add Azomite Powder fertilizer 0-0-0.2.


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5. Snake Plant

snake plant in white pot

The snake plant can easily top the best indoor plants for low light.

Very few plants require minimal effort, as the snake plant.

Also known as mother-in-law's tongue, the plant does well in low-light rooms and requires minimum watering.

Adding Fish Bone Meal fertilizer to your snake plant can help it grow big and keep purifying your air.


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How to Grow and Care for Low Light Indoor Plants?

To grow and care for low-light indoor plants, you need a well-drained plant pot and the perfect spot in your home that supplies enough indirect sunlight for them to survive. 


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In addition, your pot's soil should be infused with fertilizers to provide nutrients if adequate sunlight is not regularly available.

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