8 Low-Light Plants That’ll Thrive Through Fall and Winter
While there are numerous different low-light plants to choose from for your green-home needs, the following selections are some of the best—and most unique!—options to brighten up your space. Whether you opt for a flowing silver pothos or a wavy rattlesnake plant or one of the other options outlined below, you can't go wrong with one of the low-light plants to keep you company all season long.
8 low-light plants perfect for fall and winter
While monsteras grow quicker in bright indirect light environments, they still do really well in low-light situations.
ZZ plants love medium to low indirect light. And get this: You only need to water them every three to four weeks. Talk about low-maintenance.
This large plant is super eye-catching with its woven stems and spiky leaves. Extra bonus: It removes chemicals from the air.
The snake plant is one of the easiest plants to take care of. Aside from being completely happy in low-light situations, it also doesn’t need much water.
The Peperomia obtusifolia—aka the “baby rubber plant”—is pet-friendly, tolerates low indirect light, and sets itself apart from other houseplants with its unique thick green spoon-shaped leaves.
This isn’t a regular pothos. It’s a cool pothos. It’s fuller, has heart-shaped leaves with silvery-gray markings, and does great in low-light areas.
This easy-to-grow mass cane plant, also often known as a corn plant, has pretty green leaves with a golden center, thrives in low-light areas, and comes in a cute sea grass basket.
This unique plant has long, wavy leaves that look look like snake markings. Also cool? Every leaf has a pretty purple underside.
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