It is often thought that plants are better planted on the outdoors of your buildings. However, contrary to this popular belief, there are many plants which can grow indoors with a minimal amount of light and these indoor plants are the following:
1) PHILODENDRON is probably the most popular houseplant which can be kept in dark interiors. It is a fast-growing plant and the only essential requirement in keeping it is that you must water it when the soil feels dry.
2) POTHOS can thrive in any room of your house if it is not exposed to the full sun. It comes in a diverse range of colors including silver, yellow-and-green, and white-and-green. A similar condition as that of Philodendron applies to pothos; it must be watered when the soil feels dry and one may trim back the plant if it starts to be leggy.
3) ZZ PLANT an African native, this plant is one of the few which can tolerate the dark interior and can be taken around with oneself with traveling as it will thrive even when exposed to minimal light. It has shiny, dark green leaves and upright stems
4) PALMS we are going to talk about two categories of these plants; parlor palm and ponytail palm. Parlor palm, a Mexican native, grows slowly and it thrives well in low-light conditions. Although it is to be watered when the soil feels dry; it helps to mist the plants occasionally during the winter season. Ponytail palm, on the other hand, is suitable for any room in one’s house. It is an unusual plant which is also known by its other name, elephant’s foot palm because of its huge base and long leaves. They come in varying heights, from tabletop to tree-size.
5) GLOXINIA can’t be kept in a completely dark room because it cannot survive in absolute darkness. It should be watered whenever the soil feels dry, and the water must be warm. The foliage should not get wet thus, care must be taken when watering. When in bloom, the plants should be fed once a month with a liquid houseplant fertilizer.