There are loads of plants that survive well indoors, but what about those that can survive in next to no light?
Here, we’ve rounded up five underrated plants you’re probably overlooking.
This fast-growing houseplant can survive in low light, and looks particularly good trailing from ledges and shelves. All you need to do is water it whenever the soil feels dry.
Most maidenhair ferns do exceptionally well in low light, and look particularly good in terrariums. They have delicate, frilly leaves that add texture and interest to any space. Ensure the soil is always kept moist.
There are a wide variety of begonias in different leaf colours and shapes. Make a beeline for a Rex Begonia which does very well in low light conditions. Ensure it completely dries out between soaking.
This handy herb not only smells nice, it can survive in next to no light. Keep it happy by watering every day.
If you love the look of terrariums, consider a moss terrarium. They are easy to look after and don't require a lot of light. Just make sure you spritz it with water regularly so it never dries out.
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