Best house plants in a very low lit area?

January 20, 2007 8:23pm CST
Could somebody suggest a few very good house plants that thrive in very low lit areas (one room is my bathroom which has very heavy curtians in the window). And some that thrive in moderate light.
2 responses
@XxAngelxX (2831)
• Canada
21 Jan 07
Apparently spider plants thrive in bathrooms as they love the humidity. A friend of mine also has her ivy in her bathroom and it is huge. African Violets seem to do well in moderate lighting as well :)
@crazynurse (7489)
• United States
21 Jan 07
There is a houseplant that will live in low light, it is called 'pothos.' Sadly, I can't post pictures yet, so I can't give you a picture of it! We have a pothos in each of our bathrooms, and neither bathroom has a window!! I have one in my office at work and it has no window. They are all doing well! I found a website that shows one. It says they need light, but ours sure don't! They come in a variegated and non-varieagated variety. Now they won't get huge without light, they just don't die!