Suitable Plants For Dark Rooms

Editor   August 12, 2014   Comments Off on Suitable Plants For Dark Rooms

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The pictured here 10 indoor plants do not suffer from lack of Sun. You can thrive quite away also in the shadow of the window. These grow very well in dark rooms, where they are not directed to the Sun. The direct rays of the Sun are harmful for them. Most of these plants, which are described here, have no flowers, she characterised however by the shape and size of leaf plant.

Kolbenfaden – indoor plants for dark rooms

Aglaonema firecracker Houseplants for dark rooms

Kolbenfaden – green and white foliage

Aglaonemata indoor plants for dark rooms

The beauty of the thread of the piston is in his long, colorful foliage. The plant grows very slowly, so you can plant to 3-4 all years. She loves fertilizing, the heat and the humidity. It can not hold but smoke and air currents in the room. Grow the plant in a small pot and protect them from direct sunlight.

Shadow flower

Aspidistra saturated Houseplants for dark rooms green

This is one of the most robust plants, therefore the English have named them “iron”. The shadow flower are air pollutants, no watering or dry air not harmful. The direct rays of the Sun can burn their leaves, so you keep away from the window the flower pot. Transplant the flowers every 5 years.


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Long, elegant foliage

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Well-known fern is the Milzfarn, the English lyrics called “fern – bird’s nest”. This plant belongs to the fern family. The Sword-shaped leaves are 60 cm long. The Milzfarn love the shadows and the moist air. The dry, warm air is very harmful for these green houseplant.


Helksine fresh Bibokopf green leaves

He resembles the Moss with his delicate, short leaves, also you can grow it in a hanging flower basket. He covered the floor with a choice, green carpet. But be but carefully – you keep away from low plant species this plant, she can suffocate them. Often, you should douse them and spatter.

ARC hemp

Sanseviera Houseplants for dark rooms

The arc hemp thrives both in the Sun and in the shade, the dry air, the currents and the irregular watering will not harm him. You can not plant many years around him and he is always so healthy and beautiful. In the winter, you can even forget the watering.

Ivy tute

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This vine with bright leaves of wax Ivy of the devil is called in England. The yellow or the white shoots are decorated with bright green leaves. In the shadows, they can bleach but very quickly. This plant in a hanging basket on the wall looks very interesting and attractive. Currents, dry air and direct sunlight do not like the Ivy tute.


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The Philodendron is a tropical plant that likes the humid air and the soft light. Shining leaves and light green color are typical for this species. He grows very well in the shade. Is a Liana, why put a stick covered with MOSS, which will serve as support. Don’t forget the regular spray.

Dragon tree

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Palmenänhliche sheets

dragon tree exotic houseplants dark rooms

The dragon tree has thin, long leaves (70 cm) and can thrive in the shadow of gur and irregular care bear. Placed on a Western or Eastern window, the dragon tree grows best.


Houseplants for dark rooms distance

More than 2000 ferns species can be used easily at home. Spray the leaves, especially in the winter, keep the damp soil in the flower pot.

Creeping Ivy

Ivy Houseplants for dark rooms

Very popular, popular Liane is the Ivy, which developed rapidly and covered the walls.

Ivy Houseplants for dark rooms

The types of Ivy are endless – oval, star-shaped, corrugated sheets. Solid color foliage plants are much more effective than the bright – yellow and white green. Partial shade, stalk (as support), frequent splashing (even in winter), transplanting every two years in the larger flower pot – that they need. And your care, of course!

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