Low-Light Plants for Indoors

Not enough daylight in your home? Try these houseplants.

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Peperomia. This family of houseplants offers a huge amount of variety in color and leaf texture. Although they probably prefer fairly bright, indirect light, they will tolerate fairly dark locations.

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