Don’t worry, if you can’t maintain perfect lighting conditions for your flowers. Some of them feel better in darkness! In this article, we talk about houseplants that feel flawless in the shade. You can safely put pots with these plants in the darkest room corners or on the windows that are not facing the sunlight.
Flawless variegated leaves attract the attention of flower growers. The plant loves feeding and high indoor humidity, so be prepared to spray frequently. The flower grows rather slowly, so you can transplant it once every three years. Try to protect the plant from drafts and tobacco smoke - this can significantly worsen its condition.
Aglaonema does not like direct sunlight, which means that partial shade is an ideal place for it’s growing. Don’t put the plant in full shade, otherwise the leaves may lose their variegated patterns and become monochromatic.
The dream of any person who grows plants at home. An absolutely undemanding plant to care for, which tolerates tobacco smoke, and rare watering, and low humidity. Plants also need to be transplanted infrequently, only in cases of emergency. Like all plants on this list, it does not tolerate direct sunlight, so you can safely put it in a place far from the sun.
The second name of this plant is “Bird’s nest fern”. Its leaves, which resemble swords, reach about 60 centimeters in length. Like any fern, Asplenium loves shade and moisture. Do not put on a windowsill next to a central heating radiator, the plant absolutely does not tolerate dry air. Spray the fern leaves often and touch them as little as possible with your hands, they don't like this.
One of the popular plants that everyone has come across. This green miracle will endure drought, drafts, rare watering and very rare transplants, but with all this it will remain graceful and beautiful. The only thing that can harm this plant is excess moisture. In winter, you can completely forget what watering is for this flower. Set in partial shade and enjoy the enchanting view of sansevieria.
A delightful liana, the leaves of which are decorated with white or yellow streaks, splashes of stripes or spots. It does not tolerate dry air and drafts from the word at all. Be prepared for the fact that in full shade beautiful patterns from bright sheets will disappear, but it is better not to put the plant in direct sunlight. Penumbra will be the most suitable option for this vine. Spray the plant as often as possible, and so that it curls beautifully.
If you have been looking for a perfect palm tree for yourself, then dracaena will be a good alternative. Due to its lignified stem with a spreading bunch of leaves, from afar it can resemble a graceful palm tree in miniature. Of the entire family, it is she who easily copes with mediocre grooming, shade and even low temperatures in winter. Try to spray the plant at least occasionally. East or west the window is the best place for it.
A liana that will very quickly cover all your walls with beautiful leaves. In nature, you can find a large variety of ivy with different leaf shapes, colors, patterns. Choose the one that suits your apartment. To grow an Ivy successfully, follow a few simple rules. Spray the plant as often as possible, even in winter. Repot the ivy every two years in a larger pot. And of course, maintain partial shade - the Ivy loves it.
Its large, patterned leaves definitely complement its exoticism. Calathea will become a wonderful decorative element in your interior. Very humid air, moderate watering and partial shade are required. Use exceptionally soft water for irrigation (not the tap water).