4 plants that do not need sunlight


Growing a garden is always a good idea – some plants can clean the air, rock you, put fresh produce on your table, and there are even varieties that even those without a green thumb can take care of – all you need is a little sun and water, and then you’re ready to go.

However, if you live in a high-rise building, the sun can be hard to find. Don’t worry, because there are types of plants that grow even in the darkest spaces! Check them out below :


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If you are looking for a self-contained fern, adiantum is the type you should consider. Its dark, shiny stem looks like a human hair while its leaves crawl down but still grow like a shrub. All you need to do to keep it thriving is to water it at least three times a week.


How to Grow and Care for Philodendron

Need a statement plant to finish off your living room decor? Philodendron is the perfect choice! There are varieties of vines and shrubs, and it can grow up to 1.80 m and easily adapts to different temperatures. Besides the fact that it does not need sunlight, it grows best if the soil is dry between waterings.

Maranta leuconeura

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Prayer plants or Maranta Leuconeura grow best in tropical temperatures and tend to die when left in the cold, making them a perfect choice for our climate! Unlike most plants, the leaves of the prayer plant curl and wilt when exposed to too much light. It is therefore preferable to keep it away from windows and balconies.