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10  Low Light Hanging Plants To Grow In Your Home


Pothos is a popular choice for low-light conditions and is known for its trailing vines and heart-shaped leaves.

Spider Plant:

They produce arching stems with small white flowers and spider-like plantlets.


Philodendrons come in various shapes and sizes, and many varieties do well in low-light conditions.

Snake Plant:

They can tolerate low light and infrequent watering, making them ideal for beginners.

ZZ Plant:

ZZ plants have glossy, dark green leaves that grow on upright stems. They are extremely tolerant of low light and require minimal maintenance.

English Ivy:

English ivy is a classic trailing plant with small, lobed leaves that can tolerate low-light conditions.

Heartleaf Philodendron:

This philodendron variety features heart-shaped leaves that cascade elegantly from hanging baskets. It can thrive in low to moderate light.

Peace Lily:

Peace lilies have dark green, glossy leaves and elegant white flowers. They can tolerate low light but prefer some indirect sunlight to encourage blooming.

String of Pearls:

String of pearls is a unique succulent with spherical, bead-like leaves that cascade down long, trailing stems.

Boston Fern:

While they prefer indirect light, they can tolerate lower light conditions with proper care.