At Flora, we believe that every plant has a story, and our hanging plants are no exception. By choosing to buy indoor hanging plants online, you bring home more than just foliage; you invite a piece of living art into your environment.

Fun fact: hanging plants have been used for centuries to maximize space and bring life to urban settings. Dive into our selection and find the perfect plant to elevate your space with natural elegance and charm.

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  • Watering

    Low light indoor plants need less frequent watering compared to their sun-loving counterparts. Ensure the soil is dry to the touch before watering to prevent overwatering.

  • Lighting

    Low light indoor plants thrive in indirect light and can adapt to lower light conditions. Avoid placing them in direct sunlight to prevent leaf burn.

  • Caring

    Caring for low light indoor plants involves minimal effort – perfect for busy lifestyles. Regularly dust the leaves and rotate the plant occasionally for even growth.

Ready to add a touch of green to your space? Our low light indoor plants are just what you need to create a lush, inviting atmosphere in any room. With easy care and resilience, these plants are perfect for both novice and experienced plant parents. Explore our collection and buy low light indoor plants online to enjoy a healthier, happier home environment.

Low Light Plant FAQ

What are low light indoor plants?

Low light indoor plants are those that thrive in areas with minimal natural light. These plants are well-suited for rooms with limited sunlight, such as bathrooms, offices, or corners far from windows. They have adapted to survive in shaded environments, making them perfect for indoor spaces with low light conditions.

What do low light indoor plants look like?

Low light indoor plants come in various shapes and sizes, often featuring lush, green foliage. Some popular examples include snake plants with their upright, sword-like leaves, pothos with trailing heart-shaped leaves, and ZZ plants with glossy, dark green leaves. These plants typically have darker green leaves which help them photosynthesize more efficiently in low light.

How often to water low light indoor plants?

Watering needs for low light indoor plants vary, but generally, these plants require less frequent watering than those in brighter environments. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out before watering again. Overwatering can be a common issue, so it's important to let the soil dry out between waterings to prevent root rot.

How much light do low light indoor plants need?

Low light indoor plants need minimal light to thrive. They can survive in indirect or filtered light and even tolerate artificial lighting. These plants are ideal for spaces that receive little to no natural sunlight, as they can adapt to lower light levels better than other types of plants.

How long do low light indoor plants live?

Low light indoor plants can live for many years with proper care. Their longevity depends on factors such as species, care routine, and environmental conditions. With adequate watering, appropriate lighting, and occasional feeding, many low light plants can thrive for several years, making them a durable and long-lasting addition to your home.

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It's not local when garden center trucks travel 1,500-3,000 miles on average to deliver your plants from far away brokers. We aim to keep our greenhouses under 150 miles* (often much less), away from the growers which results in reduced pollution, plant waste and damages, and lower the amount of time the plant is in transit.

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Our farmers earn double through working with us compared to when selling to traditional large box retailers! We accomplish this by sourcing locally directly from the farmers, eliminating multiple deliveries, packaging, and subscription fees. 

  • Step 1

    We use wood fiber to cover our soil to help prevent soil spillage.

  • Step 2

    The wood fiber is placed over the soil, right under the foliage. 

  • Step 3

    We then use a plastic bag to cover the planter and wood fiber portion of the plant. 

  • Step 4

    Next we secure it tightly with a zip-tie.

  • Step 5

    We then place the houseplant in a paper bag and secure it safely with a rubber band.

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    Our free-to-use app provides watering reminders, in-depth care guides, fertilization and repotting tips, a plant identifier, a community of 150,000+ plant parents, and so much more.

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    Get personalized insights for your favorite plants. Flora's magical AI will fine-tune our recommendations to your micro-climate, potting conditions, plant's long-term health, and more.

  • Save Plants & The Earth

    Save both your plants, and the Earth! We've partnered with Patagonia's 1% for the Planet to donate 1% of all our proceeds to environmental sustainability efforts.