Indoor plants add oxygen and help brighten your indoor spaces, but most spaces do not have enough light for many of those tropical plants we keep in the home. The great thing is many of these plants are also resistant to the homeowner with a “brown thumb” instead of a green one. For instance, Zamioculcas zamiifolia is a fern like plant that is great in low light and also is very drought resistant if you “forget.” Snake plant works the same in that it doesn’t need to be over watered and that will in fact kill it. Other familiar plants are peace lilies and cast iron plants.
- Low-light plants are perfect to add oxygen and color to a room
- Many are quite drought tolerant and help stay alive when you “forget” about it
- Many plants are familiar to the home or office like peace lilies and cast iron plants
“The leathery green “fronds” make it look like a cross between a cycad and a philodendron. And you can rest assured they’ll continue to look like that, even if you miss a month of watering or keep it in an absurdly low amount of natural light.”