Best Plants You Can Grow Without Sun

by Balconygardenweb
There are plants that grow without sunlight, they need indirect exposure, some even thrive in fluorescent light and here in this article we've listed Best Plants to Grow Indoors.
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1. Dracaena

Dracaena is a beautiful houseplant which you can grow at home. There are about 50 species of it. It's really an easy to grow plant.
2. Bromeliads

Bromeliad is a perfect plant to grow indoors, most of the varieties of this plant thrive easily in container in shade. Indeed it is a tropical plant but you can grow it anywhere, indoors. It can even grow in luminescent light.
3. Maidenhair Fern

When it comes to ferns that are popular, maidenhair fern is one you should consider. Its dark and glossy leafstalk resembles human hair.
4. Maranta Leuconeura (Prayer Plant)

Calantheas are tropical plant and difficult to grow in colder climates and so the prayer plant but it is one alternative you can go for, it is comparatively easy to grow plant than calanthea.
5. Calathea (Peacock Plant)

One of the most beautiful foliage plants you should grow in your home. It grows well in light shade but plant is demanding, it has specific minimum temperature 55 F (13 C) requirement that should be maintained.
6. Mother-in-law's Tongue (Snake Plant)

Mother-in-law's tongue is a low maintenance plant also called as snake plant. It's a very durable and popular houseplant. Its ability to tolerate darkness is amazing.

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  • Jen O. Jen O. on Mar 17, 2017

    Need some help here... I love that these plants do well in darker areas because I have several spots in my home that I would like to put plants that don't have a ton of light. But even though the plant might do well, I have a hard time keeping the soil from getting a white coating or fungus. Should I water from the bottom just wetting the roots? If I water the top of the pot it seems the soil never dries. Any ideas?

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