Indoor plants for dark rooms

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The 10 indoor plants shown here do not suffer from sun-shortage. You can also thrive in the shade, quite away from the window. They grow well in dark rooms where they are not directed to the sun. The direct sunrays are even harmful to them. Most of the plants described here have no flowers, but they are characterized by the shape and size of their foliage.

Piston thread – indoor plants for dark rooms

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Piston thread – green-white foliage

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The beauty of the piston thread is its elongated, colorful foliage. The plant grows very slowly, so you should transplant it every 3-4 years. She loves fertilizing, warmth and humid air. It can not withstand air currents and smoke in the room. Build the plant in a small flower pot and protect it from direct sunlight.


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This is one of the most robust indoor plants, so the English have called them “iron”. Air pollutants, no watering or dry air are for the shadow flower not harmful. The direct rays of the sun can burn their leaves, so keep the flowerpot away from the window. Transplant the flower every 5 years.

Asplenium Ceterach

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Elegant, long foliage

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Well-known fern is the spleen fern, which the English call lyric “fern bird’s nest”. This plant belongs to the fern family. The sword-shaped leaves are 60 cm long. The spleen fern loves the shade and the humid air. The dry, warm air is very damaging to this green houseplant.

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Helksine fresh bibokopf green leaves

He looks similar to the moss with his delicate, short leaves, but you can also grow him in a hanging flower basket. He covers the floor with a choice, green carpet. But be careful – keep this plant away from low plant species, it can choke them. Often you should water and spatter them.


Sanseviera houseplants for dark rooms

Bow hemp thrives in the sun as well as in the shade, the dry air, the currents and the irregular watering do not harm it. You can not transplant it for many years and it always stays so healthy and beautiful. In winter, you can even forget the watering.


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In England, this liana is called ivy of the devil with colorful wax leaves. The yellow or white shoots are decorated with bright green leaves. In the shade, they can bleach very fast. This plant looks very interesting and attractive in a hanging basket on the wall. Currents, dry air and direct sunlight do not like the effigies.


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The philodendron is a tropical plant that likes the moist air and soft light. Shining leaves and light green color are typical of this species. In the shade, he thrives very well. That’s a liana, so put a moss-covered stalk that will serve as a support. Do not forget the regular spraying.

dragon tree

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Palm-like leaves

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The dragon tree has thin, long leaves (70 cm) and can thrive in the shade gur and endure irregular grooming. Set on a western or eastern window, the dragon tree thrives best.


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More than 2000 species of ferns are easy to grow at home. Sprinkle the leaves especially in winter, make sure the damp soil in the flower pot.

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Creeping ivy

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Very popular, popular liana is the ivy, which develops quickly and covers the walls.

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 The ivy species are endless – oval, star-shaped, wavy leaves. The plants with monochrome foliage are much more effective than the colorful – yellow and white-green ones. Partial shade, stalk (as support), frequent spraying (even in winter), transplanting every two years in a larger flowerpot – they need it. And your care, of course!