I recently put a potted plant to grow in my bedroom. But that did not work out so well. The plant was just not suitable for growing in a low light environment.

And I certainly do not let a lot of light into my bedroom. I just like my bedroom to be low light and cozy. So my little plant started struggling for life.

I am now on a hunt for better bedroom plant options. Bedroom plants should be those that need little light to strive. Like myself, most people don’t let much light in their bedrooms.

Here are five low- light plants that won’t die in your bedroom. These plants don’t need to be in direct sunlight to grow and be healthy. They strive better in low light.

Watermelon Begonia

The Watermelon Begonia is also known as Peperomia argyreia, or Watermelon Peperomia. It is a species of flowering plant in the family Piperaceae. These are native to northern South America, including Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, and Venezuela.

Bear’s Paw Fern

Bear’s paw fern is also known as Polypodium aureum “Mandianum”, or Hare’s Foot Fern. This plant is named for the fur-like rhizomes that form at the base of the fronds, and is native to tropical regions.

Creeping Fig

Creeping Fig is also known as Ficus pumila, or Climbing Fig. This is a species of the mulberry family. These are flowering plants, and are native to East Asia. They have been naturalized in parts of the southeastern and south-central United States.

ZZ Plant

Zamioculcas is a genus in the family Araceae. It contains the single species Zamioculcas zamiifolia. It is a flowering tropical and perennial plant native to eastern Africa, from Kenya south to northeastern South Africa.

Snake Plant

The Snake Plant, also Sansevieria trifasciata is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae. It is also known as Viper’s bowstring hemp, and mother-in-law’s tongue, among other names. The Snake Plant is native to tropical West Africa from Nigeria east to the Congo.

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If you are searching for plants that will not die in low- light conditions, these are some good options. These low- light indoor plants will strive healthy in dark corners and in your bedroom.

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