Wintertime is a rough time to shop for anything. You’ve got to figure out what kind of winter clothes you’ve gotta bundle yourself up in. Oh, and holiday shopping is also on the top part of your to-do list during this season. And if you wanna do any type of plant buying around this time too, you can’t just grab any flora you find pretty and call it a day
. Believe it or not, not all houseplants can survive with less daylight and colder temps. There’s some thorough research to be had. Buuut, you shouldn’t have to stress about that ! So let me take a load off your plate by showin’ ya some of the best winter indoor plants that legit t-h-r-i-v-e with barely any sunlight… and look gorge while doing it, too.
This lovely lineup I’ve got here is full of green warriors. I mean anything that freaking prospers in bitter temperatures is a champ. Each of ’em do really well in places with low light, and some actually thoroughly enjoy shadier nooks. There are even a few that‘ll help purify the air, too! Scroll on down to find your winter plant child…(or children if you end up following in love with more than one!). And if you want to really expand your fam, take a look through the best indoor hanging plants, kitchen plants, and bedroom plants we found.
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this amazon fave
Aglaonema Chinese Evergreen
Get you a green queen who can do both! She loves sunlight but is also totally okay with minimally lit rooms. Grab this shining star who will make a stunning piece of decor in your space. (Plus, she’s available for Prime shipping!)
this bold bb
Give this gorgeous gem a spot with indirect sunlight and they’ll be all good. A reviewer even said: “It’s still growing even in the winter.” Sounds promising to me!
this easy-going option
Large Snake Laurentii
This pretty bb is a very easy-going plant child! It will be content anywhere you put it and can tolerate environments with low-light situations. But if you really want it to bloom, you’ll put her in a spot that gets some frequent sun rays.
this one that’s cool with artificial light
If you live in an area where you get barely any natural sunlight when it hits cold temps, I recommend grabbing this lil love that will do just fine in artificial light! And a bonus: It doesn’t require much water in the chillier months.
these adorable loves
The name of this two-in-one deal says it all! Grab this dracaena and sansevieria duo that not only thrives in low-light conditions but also doesn’t need to be watched over that often. (All ya gotta do is water them twice a month!)
this resilient option
this beaming star
Yup, this bright stunner doesn’t require much luminosity to everybody’s surprise. Though it will need to be misted regularly if you’re somewhere that doesn’t get much humidity during the winter.
this one that can do with minimal water
Want something that enjoys dryness? Snag this super leafy option that literally prefers to be dry between each water session.
this low-maintenance one
As long as she’s in a place with temperatures above 55°F, she’s chillin’!
this one that loves shade
For some places, winter means lots of darkness. And if you can relate, you’ll love this vibrant plant that vibes extremely well in shaded spots. But obv treat it to some sun whenever you get a moment!
this beautiful flower
Yes, it’s very possible to grow flowers in ze winter! This white beauty is cool with low, indirect light and is easy to care for (just needs a couple of ice cubes once a week!). We love strong, independent greenery!
this one that just needs a wee bit of sun
Calathea Makoyana, Metal Pot
Stick this patterned cutie in a shady part of your home (maybe by a window in your living room or bedroom) and she’ll be happy as can be.
this large beaut
Aspidistra Elatior Plant in Black Pot
On the hunt for a bigger plant to join your home? Shop this treasure that flourishes indoors and can get accustomed to whatever weather conditions it’s put through.
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