Decorating with Plants: Challenging "The Dark Side”
Research shows that indoor landscaping has many benefits, from cleaning the air and increasing productivity, to providing a sense of wellbeing. But what can you do in the darker areas of your facility?
Plants That Thrive in Low Light
The low light indoor plants below are the ones we depend on. They’ve proven to be resilient and vibrant in an environment with less light. They are the real "work horses” in the interior plantscape field.
You’ll see below some of our stars: The Sansevieria species (they can handle very low light levels), the Heart Leaf Philodendron (this variety with heart-shaped leaves does well in low light), and the Chinese Evergreen (which not only thrives in low light, but also is a proven indoor air purifier.)