The Q&A Archives: Will Ivy Grow In The House In Low Light?

Question: What houseplants will grow in low light in the house?

Answer: Ivy does better in bright to medium light. It is also susceptible to spider mites!

Snake plant (mother-in-law's tongue) is a good choice for low light conditions. Most houseplants do best in bright to medium light, but some will tolerate low light. Some choices include cast iron plant, chinese evergreen, corn plant, dumbcane (dieffenbachia), dwarf schefflera, hearleaf philodendron, dracaena marginata, pothos, rubber plant.

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