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Best Low-Light Small Plants For Your Tiny Darker Spots

If you're looking for indoor plants that can grow even in dark conditions, you're in luck: numerous plants do very well even in small, dark corners where other plants aren't suited. The following are some low-light small plants that are perfect for the tiny dark corners of your home.

Best Low-Light Small Plants For Your Tiny Darker Spots

Frosty Fern

Frosty Fern has vibrant green leaves with white edging that gives it a "frosted tip" appearance.

This fern is a popular winter plant and prefers shady spots, so it is an excellent choice if you are looking for something which can thrive in a corner of your home.

African Violet

African Violets are flowering plants that can surprisingly grow in low light conditions.

They are compact in size and can bloom with purple, blue, or white flowers.

Pilea Peperomioides

Pilea has distinct round, somewhat glossy leaves that will add vibrancy to a dark corner.

This plant tends to stay small and prefers not to be in direct sunlight and can survive in a shady area.

If you have space for a very tiny plant only, you can opt for the miniature variety.

Earth Star

Earth Star is a unique plant that rarely grows more than a few centimeters tall, which makes it perfect for placing into a small corner.

The Earth Star can withstand low light conditions and should be kept away from direct sunlight.

Asparagus Fern

Asparagus Ferns are well known for their feather-like leaves.

This fern can do well in almost any lighting conditions, including a dark corner.

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