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Wanna Grow Some House Plants? Try These 3 Beautiful Low-Light Plant

It is a fact that a house plant enhances a powerful statement for a room. It is also a symbol of wellness and makes the air in the house healthier. Speaking of healthier, what plants can grow healthier in the house with little or no sunlight? Check these gorgeous low-light plants you can grow next to your window!

Zanzibar Gem

Zanzibar gem or also famous as ZZ Plant is a low-light and low-maintenance plant you should have. Its deep and shiny green leaves are a perfect match for your office desk, coffee table, or even on your shelves next to your books.

More than that, ZZ Plant can grow with adequate light and a good watering every couple of weeks. That’s because this plant is a drought-tolerant plant that can survive without direct natural light.

To keep its shiny leaves, wipe them with a damp washcloth.

With its broad, attractive dark green leaves, it offers many preferred properties for offices and homes. ZZ plants tolerate neglect, are drought tolerant, and accept dim light conditions without creating a match.
Its delicate, wax-like leaves reflect sunlight and brighten up a room. The ZZ usually grows slowly to a height and two to three feet wide so it is not a plant monster that grows bigger than a container quickly.
The ZZ plant is also an air purifier and in NASA research, researchers found that the plant was particularly adept at removing large amounts of toxins such as xylene, toluene, and benzene from the air.
ZZ care is simple, making it the gold standard for ornamental plant beginners, busy office workers, and brown thumbs. Luckily, ZZ plants don’t need a special type of potting soil.
ZZ plants grow from large, thick rhizomes that resemble potatoes. This rhizome retains water, which is why this plant does well during the dry season and is where the forgetful owner lives.

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Another way is to cut with two leaves and a little stem. ZZ grows faster when more rhizomes or larger rhizomes are planted together.

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ZZ Plants are the serene heroes of nearly any Instagram-worthy collection of houseplants, the tough warrior in the corner of the photo frame as you browse through thousands of images.

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They are very tolerant of low light, require sparse watering, and have very pretty foliage. Although the ZZ plant prefers bright light, it will still grow in low light conditions.

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Staghorn Fern

Staghorn fern (Platycerium spp.) is a sturdy, classic, and vigorous plant for a complementary living room. Mounted on a board and hung a wall, this house plant creates a dramatic vibe as if it’s like a stag head decoration.

The thing is, this decoration can grow well inside your home. Staghorn ferns also respond well to humid spaces. It means the placement is the basic thing to consider, especially when you decide how often to water this plant. For example, reduce your watering when you place them in an ambient humidity like near a bathroom and vice versa.

The staghorn fern is an unusual fern that doesn’t need soil. It can be attached to an organic object, such as a piece of driftwood, and hung on the wall.

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To water staghorn ferns, simply dip the entire array in a bucket of water several times. Let it drain well then hang it back up.

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While in the wild staghorn ferns grow on trees, they can also thrive on sheets of bark or wood.
Arrange some on the indoor walls and frame them with ornamental plants.
Make this staghorn fern shadow box that can be placed on a shelf. Choose a rotten wood like cedar, cypress, or redwood.
A fun alternative to taxidermy, the horn-like staghorn fern leaves add vibrant 3D art to any space.
A gorgeous backyard with seating edged by box planters, under natural paving feet, and mounted staghorn ferns that blend gallery-style with mountain horns.
Arrange three or more staghorn ferns attached to a horizontal wall-mounted coat hanger to liven up any space.

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Rex Begonia

This is the plant that should be “served” as art because Rex Begonia indeed is a living art. Its colorful patterned shaped leaves can grow until 22 centimeters long and have variegated shades of green, purple, pink, silver, red, and brown. Also, its blurry spiral pattern may remind you of Van Gogh’s work.

To keep their colors, you can put them in a bright place and avoid direct light or sunlight. You don’t need a certain schedule to water Rex Begonia. Just water them when the pot dries out.

For a recommendation, try Rex Begonia Fireworks. Its silvery patterns spurt to the edge of the wide purple leaves, simply like a firework.

If you are looking for a plant that adds intense color to any indoor space, then look no further than the Rex begonia.

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The vibrant foliage more than makes up for the insignificant floral display of the plant. Although considered complicated by some, with proper care your Rex begonias will thrive and continue to be colorful throughout the years.

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Rex begonias are classified as florist begonias, because of their intricate foliage. It has small flowers and is considered insignificant compared to its stunning foliage.

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Rex begonias average in height from 12 inches to nearly 24 inches, with the same width, when fully grown. They have a growth habit that is lumpy and rounded and their foliage is densely packed giving the plant density.

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Leaves are formed from rhizomes, have features such as unique veins, wrinkles and wrinkles, with blotches, blotches, scratches or borders with various different features.

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In their natural habitat, Rex begonias are understorey in forest areas that are shaded to partial shade and are considered tropical and subtropical plants.
If you want to rest your Rex begonias indoors, just place them in a shaded to partially shaded location outdoors and treat them as normal. They make attractive, eye-catching plant dress up mixed containers, hanging baskets, and are located in any entrance, covered patio or patio area.

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Interesting, right? Those are some beautiful house plants you can grab for a low-light condition.