We’ve talked about the magical health benefits of indoor plants. As we ride out the next few months (or weeks, who really knows in Northwest Arkansas, right?) let’s look at exactly what plants go where in your home.
The success of a plant’s life depends largely on where they are placed, in regards to light requirements. Many of us aren’t living in homes with large windows, and struggle to figure out what plants will still thrive inside with lots of dark corners and shade. The good news is, there are plenty of options for houseplants in low light areas of your home!
But what areas of our home are low light?
- Low light areas are usually found near north-facing windows in your home
- Think: corners of rooms, or stair landings
- There is no direct sunlight in low-light areas of your home (but not complete darkness, either)
Here is a starter guide for houseplants that will do well in low light areas of your home:
Come see us at any of our locations, and let us help you get started on the path to successful indoor gardening!