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Plants that thrive in the dark

AndrewClayton

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I’m thinking about adding some live plants to some of my enclosures, my question is are there any plants that thrive in darker conditions as my living room and bedroom are north facing and don’t get sunlight in them I also have a couple in my hall that doesn’t have any windows so no sunlight at all?
 

Phil

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I’m thinking about adding some live plants to some of my enclosures, my question is are there any plants that thrive in darker conditions as my living room and bedroom are north facing and don’t get sunlight in them I also have a couple in my hall that doesn’t have any windows so no sunlight at all?
mushrooms and men....always kept in the dark. :D
 

Jess S

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10 easy care houseplants for low light.
https://www.joyusgarden.com/10-easy-care-houseplants-for-low-light/



15 Low-Light Indoor Plants Actually Crave Dark Corners
https://www.mydomaine.com/low-light-indoor-plants

Edited to add, the peace lilly is an amazing plant, they have even experimented with it on the International Space Station, as they are really good air filters.
I've definitely seen people use that devils ivy in enclosures before. It grows really well, you probably end up having to trim it back regularly.
 

ilovebrachys

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10 easy care houseplants for low light.
https://www.joyusgarden.com/10-easy-care-houseplants-for-low-light/



15 Low-Light Indoor Plants Actually Crave Dark Corners
https://www.mydomaine.com/low-light-indoor-plants

Edited to add, the peace lilly is an amazing plant, they have even experimented with it on the International Space Station, as they are really good air filters.
I wouldn't want to use any sort of lilly in a Ts enclosure as all lilly plants contain toxins in there stamens -I know these are poisonous to cats and other animals so I wouldn't want to risk it with a T :(
 

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