Got an aching for a little green life in your workspace or home, don’t have the natural light to support most plants, and don’t want to buy grow lights and look like a drug dealer? Try one of these five plants.
Photo from Jason’s terrarium guide
Design blog Apartment Therapy highlights five plants — maidenhair ferms, mint, swedish ivy, begonias and moss terrariums (which we’ve detailed how to make) — that don’t need the sunlight most plants do. They make it ideal for low-maintenance caretakers, or for people who simply have trouble keeping plants alive.
If low-light plants aren’t a concern, consider opting instead for these 12 plants that are great for improving your indoor air, and if you know a thing or two about keeping your home green, let’s hear about the plants that you’ve found that are easy to maintain and keep thriving in the comments.
5 Overlooked Plants That Can Survive The Dark (Almost) [Apartment Therapy]