9 Best Low-Light Indoor Plants That Thrive Even in Dark Rooms

Aglaonema Pink Beauty Plant:

Botanical name Aglaonema Anyamanee, easy to grow, requires minimal watering, thrives in low-light conditions, ideal for dark rooms, can be placed alone or in clusters.

Aglaonema Red Beauty Plant:

Botanical name Aglaonema Anyamanee, suitable for dark indoor spaces, green leaves with red spots, needs watering twice a week, grows up to forty inches.

Aralia Variegated Mini Plant:

Botanical name Polyscias Fruticosa, acts as a humidifier and air purifier, creamy leaf borders, easy maintenance, ideal for dark rooms.

Boston Compacta:

Botanical name Nephrolepis Exaltala, suitable for walls and hanging, needs minimal watering or misting, grows slowly, requires little sunlight.

Calathea Burle Marxii Plant:

Also known as the fishbone prayer plant, native to Brazil, closes leaves at night, grows in tropical ground cover shades, ideal for dark rooms.

Chlorophytum Spider Plant:

Botanical name Chlorophytum Comosum, NASA-recognized air purifier, needs low watering, survives in low-light, popular for variegated lance-shaped leaves, suitable for hanging on walls or windows.

Dracaena Golden Milky Plant:

Botanical name Dracaena Surculosa Aurea, ideal for dark corners or low-light areas, star-like spots, low maintenance, minimal watering, used as a decorative plant in homes and offices.

Earth Star Plant:

Botanical name Cryptanthus bivittatus, easy-growing, native to Brazil, suitable for pots or planters on shelves or table tops, belongs to the bromeliad family, red and green striped wavy leaves.

Peacock Plant:

Botanical name Calathea Makoyana, awarded the Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society, low-light plant, requires less water, pet-friendly, purifies indoor air, leaves resemble peacock feathers.