January 19, 2019

6 (Virtually Un-Killable) Low Light Houseplants


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Do you kill every houseplant you touch? Well, let’s put an end to that!

I’ve rounded-up 6 of my favorite houseplants that even the worst plant owner can’t kill! All you have to do is water it when the soil feels dry to the touch, rotate them every-so-often so that they get evenly lit, and trim back the plant if it starts to get leggy.

These plants will thrive in low-light conditions and are extremely easy to care for. You can purchase most of them at your local nursery or Home Depot, or you can order them directly from a nursery via Amazon. I’ve included links below for you. This post contains affiliate links. This will not cost you anything, it just helps keep Kenzo + Vík (and all of our houseplants) happy and healthy. Thank you for your continued support for House Fur.


6 Virtually Un-Killable Low Light Houseplants

  1. Bamboo Palm
  2. Peace Lily 
  3. Chinese Evergreen
  4. Spider Plant
  5. Snake Plant >> great for lovers of Mid Century Modern decor – Mad Men, anyone? These look especially MCM planted in a West Elm Mid Century Planters. 
  6. Golden Pothos


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