Low Light Plants

Add some color with low light house plants

The vibrant green leaves of our low light house plants will instantly bring joy to the dark corners of your home. Our tall floor plants make an excellent addition to long hallways, while our hanging plants can add a fresh touch to restrooms. If you're looking for something a little different, check out our rubber trees with deep red burgundy leaves. Another striking option is our snake plants. They have an iconic look, with spiky sword-shaped leaves in striped patterns that look a little like snakeskin. 

Discover tiny trees that thrive in low light

Not all tropical plants need bright light to thrive. Strains like the pigmy date palm can survive quite happily in low to moderate light and will add vacation vibes to the darkest of rooms. Another miniature tree that loves low light is the China Doll. It's a fast-growing little tree with delicate green leaves that layer together to create a lush canopy. Keep it in the corner of your bedroom — it's a natural air purifier. 

Flowering low light house plants brighten up any room

While lots of sunshine can help some plants to flower, others can blossom in darker spaces. One of the best examples is the peace lily. With its deep green leaves and elegant white flowers, it's one of our most popular blooming plants. It's also an excellent choice if you're looking for a sympathy gift. It lasts far longer than a traditional bouquet of flowers and lets people know you're thinking of them months after the fact.

Choose the right size of low light house plant for your space

Our low light house plants for delivery come in a range of shapes and sizes. Whether you live in a tiny apartment or a sprawling family home, we've got something to suit every space. Our large plants (or Bountiful, as we like to call them) can fill up large living rooms and corners of restrooms. If you're looking for the perfect tabletop plants, check out our medium-sized plants. Finally, our tiny Lil’ Bit plants are perfect for grouping together or adding an accent to an end table.