6 species of ornamental plants that not only are beautiful but also can live even in spaces with insufficient light

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if you are a busy person and your house does not have a lot of natural light, the following ornamental plants will be helps you bring nature closer to you. From private homes to luxury offices, these green plants can respond and blend perfectly with any living space.

Dieffenbachia seguine 

Light that is not too bright but only gentle with a little level is the most suitable factor for this plant to grow. A suggestion for those who want to place the potted plant next to a sunny window is to place it behind the curtain to limit the light source. However, you need to put this ornamental plant out of reach of children because in the tree there are some substances that can easily cause skin allergies, especially for the delicate skin of babies.

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Dracaena marginata

This is a tree belonging to the coconut family, with a strong and individual appearance. This plant will bring a tropical flavor to your living space. What’s even more convenient is that they don’t like light. So remember to keep the plant away from windows or sunny open spaces!

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Fern

There are over 2,000 varieties of ferns to suit home decor options. This plant is always “ready” to live in the shade but is very resistant to dry weather. Therefore, the requirement when you raise this plant is to remember to spray them with moist water regularly, especially on the leaf surface in hot and dry seasons.

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Chinese evergreens (Aglaonema)

Lush green with beautiful leaf mold, the rich tree is easy to care for in low light conditions. Beautiful textures and glossy leaf surfaces are a highlight for the space.

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Sansevieria trifasciata

This is one of the plants that love moderate light. With its distinctive and eye-catching shapes and textures. Does not require regular care, but the plant still needs gentle light to grow, so you should avoid placing the plant in too dark places.

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Spathiphyllum kochii

If you are a person who is so busy that you almost never remember to water your bonsai, this is the plant for you.
Another advantage is that they like to live in places with little light, so you don’t have to worry if your space lacks sunlight. However, this tree is an allergenic plant, so you need to be careful to keep it out of the reach of children.

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