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If you have indoor house plants low light and are wondering why it's not doing well, or if you've purchased a new plant and need help with taking care of it, then this article is for you. I'm going to teach you all the tips and tricks that I've learned over the years in order to keep my indoor plants happy and healthy (and alive!).

Know What Kind of Plants You Want

If you're unsure of what kind of plant you want, the first thing to do is research. You can find a lot of information online about different kinds of plants, their care requirements, and even how much sunlight they need. Here are some things to consider:

Indoor plants that don't need a lot of light. For example, ferns and other low-light house plants like succulents or cacti (cactus) will grow well in your home without any additional lighting.

If you decide on an indoor plant that requires more light than your home provides though, there are some options for growing them outside where it's sunny all day long: terrariums act as mini-greenhouses where plants can flourish during hot summer months when temperatures outside are high enough; hanging baskets allow air circulation around individual leaves which helps promote dryness; clay pots give nutrients such as potassium nitrate which encourages healthy growth instead over-watering once every couple days instead once per week like normal watering routine would call for.

  • Indoor trees should be planted somewhere away from drafts coming from doors leading out onto patios or verandas but still near enough where the wind doesn't blow against them constantly causing damage due to strong gusts picking up dirt particles along the way along with raindrops hitting leaves directly causing bruising reduction to speed up decay process which leads eventually lead ultimately death through natural causes over time if left unchecked by humans who may only see one side effects rather than the whole picture.
  • * Watering needs vary depending upon the type chosen but generally speaking most require less maintenance than others since they require less moisture retention ability compared

Get the right size and shape.

When you’re buying new indoor house plants low light there are a few things to keep in mind. First, make sure that the plant is the right size and shape for your space. If you have a small window with limited light, then it would be best to get one of those little plants that don't need much attention from you at all. On the other hand, if your home has plenty of windows and lots of natural light (and perhaps even an artificial source like CFLs), then go ahead and choose something more active—like an ivy vine or spider plant!

Second: Make sure their leaves look healthy! It's easy enough to tell if their leaves are dry because they might start turning brown or yellowish-green instead of green like normal plants do; however this doesn't always give us clues as far as whether they're getting enough water either because sometimes our homes can get very hot during summer months which means less humidity inside them than usual too so even though we think we've been watering properly all summer long...it may not be enough yet again later on downfall season when temperatures start cooling off again after winter ends its reign over the earth once again....so unless something else happens first before checking back here next month sometime soon after mid-August come September 20th, 2020 then maybe try checking back later next year once again sometime around 2021?

Look at the leaves.

The shape of a leaf, its size, and its color—are all factors that can help you determine whether or not your plant is getting enough light. The more information you have about how your indoor houseplant looks and feels, the better equipped you'll be to care for it properly in low light conditions (or anywhere).

For example: If one side of a leaf is taller than the other side (like an upside-down triangle), that means there's less exposure to sunlight on that part of your plant's body; if one side has fewer veins than another or if both sides have fewer veins then again this could mean there's less sunlight hitting those parts too!

Use peat pots and learn to water them properly.

If you're going to be growing plants indoors, the first thing you'll want to do is find a good place for them. You can always move your plants around once they're in their final positions, but it's best if they have someplace permanent where they're growing right now.

Peat pots are great for this because they allow air and light into the root zone of your indoor house plants low light without letting too much moisture escape from inside the soil itself (which would dry out). They also provide a nice barrier between water sources like faucets and drains that might contaminate what's happening inside with harmful chemicals or bacteria from other objects in close proximity (like cats).

The soil needs light, oxygen, drainage, and moisture.

Light is important for photosynthesis. It is necessary for the plant to create food from the sun's energy in order to grow. Plants cannot photosynthesize without sunlight on their leaves or stems; they need light to make sugars as well as carbohydrates that store energy in their cells (which are called starch). The more sunlight a plant receives during its growing season (the warmer months), the faster it will grow and produce flowers or fruits—the opposite happens when there isn't enough heat available during cold weather months such as December through February in North America or March through May elsewhere around the world!

Oxygen also plays an important role in helping your indoor plants thrive indoors since they don't get much fresh air compared with outdoor ones who have access outdoors 24 hours per day year-round - but we'll talk about this later...

Plant your indoor house plants in a potting mix (also known as a "soil mix").

This can be any type of soil you want, but it should be light, airy, and drain well. The best way to create this kind of mix is by mixing equal parts of sand and perlite (potting soil) with some composted manure or rotted organic matter such as peat moss or leaf mold.

Plant your indoor house plants in small pots so that they will have enough room for growth but not get too large for their container.

Regular watering is not sufficient.

You can’t just water your indoor house plants enough to keep them alive. If you do that, they won't grow and become healthy.

You need to use fertilizer on your indoor house plants so they can grow and flower better. Fertilizer is a chemical that helps plants grow by providing nutrients their bodies need to thrive. Fertilizers contain many different types of minerals like nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus and phosphorus (which helps produce chlorophyll).

Where to put the plants? Out of direct sunlight, away from drafts and heaters.

What kind of light is best for your indoor house plants? Low light is best, with no more than 500 watts per gallon (WPG). This means that if you're using fluorescent lights or incandescent bulbs in your home, they should be at least five to six inches away from where you want to place your plant. If you live in an area where it gets cold in winter or hot during summer months, then make sure that no matter what type of bulb or fixture you use for growing indoor houseplants (fluorescent lampshades are usually recommended), there must be enough distance between them so that no heat can escape into their pots.

Learn how to properly care for your indoor plants, or you might end up with dead plants that you can't revive

If you want to grow a succulent, like the ones found on this list, then you need to know how to properly care for them.

Succulents are plants that are able to store water in their leaves and stems. This means they need less direct sunlight than other plants do. Some succulents can even thrive in low-light conditions! It's important that you give your plant enough light so it has enough energy available during the day; otherwise, it might go into shock when it gets too dark at night or turn yellow/brown under fluorescent lights because there isn't enough natural light coming through (this is called "photoperiodism").

If you're looking for something other than cacti or aloe vera leaves? Check out our article on indoor houseplants with low-light requirements!


I hope that this article has helped you learn more about caring for indoor houseplants. If you want to grow plants inside your home, then it is important to know how to do so properly. As we've seen, it takes a lot more than just watering them every now and then. You also need to consider their soil type and light requirements before buying any of these plants from the store or nursery.