house plants - Knowledgebase Question

Southbridge, Ma
Question by davegarceau6
May 8, 2009
what indoor plants do you recommend for poor indoor lighting.i have 4 windows in a 2 bedroom apt.i do have sunlight 4 hrs. out of the day.

Answer from NGA
May 8, 2009


If you have low light conditions, especially during the winter months, I think you should concentrate on growing low light, easy maintenance houseplants for their greenery rather than hoping to find flowering indoor plants. The following are cast-iron beauties: Aglaonema (Chinese Evergreen), Anthurium, Aspidistra (Cast-iron plant), Dracana, Fatshedera, Monstera (Split-leaf philodendron), Scindapsus (Pothos), and Spathiphyllum. Enjoy your indoor garden!

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