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Got an aching for some a little green life in your workspace or home, don’t have the natural light to support most plants, and don’t want to buy grow lights and look like a drug dealer? Try one of these five plants.
Photo from Jason’s terrarium guide
Design blog Apartment Therapy highlights five plants—maidenhair ferms, mint, swedish ivy, begonias, and moss terrariums (which we’ve detailed how to make)—that don’t need the sunlight most plants do. They make it ideal for low-maintenance caretakers, or for people who simply have trouble keeping plants alive.
If low-light plants aren’t a concern, consider opting instead for these twelve plants that are great for improving your indoor air, and if you know a thing or two about keeping your home green, let’s hear about the plants that you’ve found that are easy to maintain and keep thriving in the comments.