Indoor Trees That Thrive in Low Light: 8 Best



If you love indoor greenery but don’t have a full-sun location, you’re in luck. There are indoor trees that thrive in low-light environments.

We have compiled some  of the choicest indoor trees that don’t mind poorly-lit areas that can be perfect for your interior decor. So without further ado, let’s see them.

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8 Amazing Low Light Indoor Trees

Dragon Tree (Bleeds Red!)

Dragon trees (Dracaena) are a fantastic addition to your home because of their distinct look and little need for direct sunlight. Of course, natural sunlight does help, but your dragon tree can comfortably do without it.


Umbrella Tree

Tall trees stand out anywhere you place them in your home, and the umbrella tree (Schefflera Arboricola) doesn’t disappoint. It could grow up to 6 feet indoors, and you don’t have to be worried about the amount of sunlight it receives.


Dwarf Banana (Can Grow Bananas!)

The name of this tree does not imply that it is a short plant with stunted growth. On the contrary, the plant got its name because it has a short stalk (the main stem). This low-light-thriving tree can grow up to 6 feet and give your home a pretty look.


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