Quelles Sont Les Plantes pour les Espaces Peu Lumineux ?

What Are Plants for Low Light Spaces?

Spring is the season when our homes fill with houseplants. But what can you do if your interior space lacks natural light? There are many houseplants that thrive in even the dimest places. In this article, we will explore these plants adapted to low-light environments, ideal for brightening up your interior in spring.

We will see at the end of the articles how to take care of these plants using Jungle Feed products.

1. Ivy

Ivy is a versatile and resistant plant that tolerates low light conditions very well. Its attractive evergreen leaves bring a touch of lush greenery to any space. Additionally, Ivy is also an excellent air purifier, making it an ideal choice for interiors.

2. The Sansevieria

Also known as "mother-in-law's tongue", Sansevieria is renowned for its ability to survive in low light conditions and require very little maintenance (cousin to the succulent). Its thick, erect leaves add a modern touch to any indoor space, while improving air quality.

3. The ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia)

Zamioculcas is a popular houseplant thanks to its resilience and ability to thrive in low light conditions. Its glossy, dark green leaves add understated elegance to any decor. Additionally, Zamioculcas is also known for its ability to purify the air by eliminating toxins present in the indoor environment.

4. Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)

Pothos is a classic, easy-to-care-for houseplant, perfect for indoor gardening beginners. It tolerates low light conditions well and can even survive in environments where direct sunlight is rare. With its heart-shaped leaves and vigorous growth, Pothos adds a touch of lush greenery to any indoor space.

5. The Philodendron

The Philodendron is another popular houseplant that thrives in low light conditions. Its shiny green leaves bring a tropical touch to any room. Additionally, Philodendron is also known for its ability to purify the air by absorbing harmful toxins present in the indoor environment.

6. Dieffenbachia

Dieffenbachia is an attractive, easy-to-care-for houseplant that tolerates low light conditions well. Its large, variegated leaves add a pop of color and texture to any interior decor. However, it should be noted that Dieffenbachia is toxic to pets and can cause allergic reactions in some people, so caution should be exercised.

7. Dracaena

Dracaena is a versatile houseplant that comes in many varieties, some suited to low light conditions. Its elongated and often colorful leaves add a touch of elegance to any interior space. Dracaena is also known for its ability to purify the air by eliminating toxins present in the indoor environment.

8. Use the Jungle Stick to help with growth

For all those people who are not green or who have these kinds of plants that are starting to die at home, we recommend that you put Jungle Stick on them. Its use is easy. All you have to do is place a few granules in the soil of your plant (to press in with your fingers) and water everything. Obviously the Jungle Stick is a natural fertilizer which will allow you to better maintain your plants. :)


Even if your indoor space lacks natural light, you can still create a green oasis by choosing the right houseplants. The plants mentioned above are not only suitable for low light environments, but they also add beauty and vitality to your home in spring and throughout the year. So, don’t hesitate to introduce these bright greens into your interior decor and enjoy their soothing and revitalizing presence.

You can also order your Jungle Feed products here !

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