Beautiful house plants that need little light

Beautiful house plants that need little light

Some of the most colorful and easy-care houseplants They thrive well in extreme conditions, they do not require much sunlight. In other words, you can use them to add color and life to every room in your home. Even in a dark corner of the room make these beauties a good figure. In a series of articles, we will introduce you to the most typical indoor plants, which do not require much light and yet thrive really well at home.

Zamioculcas zamiifolia

zamioculcas-beautiful-houseplant

Zamioculcas has thick, evergreen leaves that add shine and sophistication to any home


Perhaps you are looking for a houseplant that grows in dark corners of the room and does not feel neglected? But on the contrary! It can thrive wonderfully without much daylight! Then you can make the right choice with Zamioculcas zamiifolia! This evergreen beauty has thick, dark green and shiny leaves. Originally from Africa, it has settled in well in Europe. Through her strong green she is a real highlight in every room. Zamioculcas develops in neon light in an office or business, but grows very fast when the plant is lit by daylight. Dryness can tolerate it, so it is ideal for someone who travels often.

Zamioculcas at home

At home or in the office Zamioculcas turns into a real eye-catcher.

Bergpalme

Potted mountain palm

Even in a dark corner of the room, the mountain palm feels good and lends the ambience its green freshness

The mountain palm is still popular since the Victorian era as a beautiful living room palm, it is also known under its scientific name Chamaedorea elegans. She is originally from Mexico. The mountain palm grows slowly and can get along well with little light. She can not stand the bright summer sun. In principle, you can place a mountain palm in every room. It only needs to be watered from time to time when the potting soil in the pot feels dry. But avoid waterlogging and possible dryness of the ball.

Boston Fern

Indoor Plants Ferns Boston Fern

Spray the filament of the Boston ferns with lime-free water, which needs moisture but no direct sunlight

Since they were first discovered in the late 1800s, Boston ferns (Nephrolepis exaltata) have played an important role in interior design. These magnificent indoor plants develop bright green, arching fronds that look great in flower pots, containers or baskets. Boston ferns thrive in partially shaded indoor and outdoor spaces, away from cold draft or room heating. Ferns are very easy to care for, they have to be irrigated whenever the soil feels dry, or with a mist of lime-poor water you have to spray the filament frequently. Old coils must be cut off.

Dieffenbachie green magnificent leaves freshness a great roommate but poisonous

The Dieffenbachie is a popular roommate in many German houses and apartments! But be careful!

Dieffenbachia

beautiful Dieffenbachie

A single sheet of Monstera is enough to bring some green into your four walls

When it comes to beautiful, white-green colored leaves, few indoor plants offer as many options as the Dieffenbachie. This magnificent tropical houseplant shows us her beautifully spotted or stained leaves either yellow-green or white-green colored. Although they grow well in dark rooms, they really prefer a bright, indirect light. Better keep your Dieffenbachie from it, because otherwise it would develop into long-legged leaves. Beware, the Dieffenbachie is poisonous, so keep it away from infants and pets, preferably in an inaccessible location!

Window leaf (Monstera)

Houseplant Monstera

Place the window sheet on the windowsill if there is no direct light coming into the room

Bring a tropical flair to your living room with a window leaf, or as it is still popular as a Monstera deliciosa. The window leaf creates huge, light green and very attractive leaves. Monstera has a dense, bushy shape, but over time the houseplant will start to climb up a latticework. If you want to keep the system compact, just crop the bottom leaves. The window leaf can thrive in low light and grows well in humid conditions. That's the perfect one Badpflanze that can transform the bathroom into a feel-good oasis. Irrigate the Monstera whenever the soil feels dry, and fertilize the plant once a month during spring and summer.

Fragrant Dragon Tree (Dracaena fragrans)

Fragrant dragon tree

Fragrant Dragon Tree the right exotic in your home!

This Dracaena species is the right exotic and falls in every room immediately. Fragrant dragon tree or Dracaena fragrans, produces evergreen leaves that, depending on their shape, have a strong similarity to sweetcorn. The plants grow 1-180 m high and thrive great in low light. You always have to keep the substrate around the dragon tree moist. It is best to water the houseplant regularly and sprinkle the evergreen leaves. But avoid waterlogging, which can kill the Dracaena. Fertilize once a month from March to August.

Dragon tree care houseplant Dracaena

Do you notice the similarity in the shape of the leaves with those of the sweetcorn?

Leaves of the mountain palm

Choose a suitable location for your mountain palm with little natural light and admire this green highlight in your home

indoor plants hanging hampi

Boston fern looks gorgeous in a hanging basket and peps up every interior

Dieffenbachie beautifully colored leaves green

The beautifully colored leaves of Dieffenbachie are unfortunately poisonous! Therefore, keep this room beauty far away from small children and pets!

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