The indoor house plant will bring brightness to the corridor 5 meters from the front doors. The Cast Iron plant is also often referred to as the Aspidistra. It has graced numerous Victorian English manors' drawing rooms.
Many gardening experts describe the Aspidistra as one of the most durable and most adaptable plants for house use. The Aspidistra's tall, slender dark green leaves or white variegated leaves rise straight from the soil, forming clumps that can reach up to 75 centimeters tall and 15cm wide.
It's a very low-maintenance plant as an individual woman who doesn't require to be pampered. However, it retains its sweet taste. It requires very minimal low temperatures, moderate humidity and temperature and minimal watering.
Certain plants don't require as much light
Low-light plants are typically described as plants that are able to survive in 25-75 foot candlelight. That is, an area that is located 4 to 5 meters from a window that is bright, just enough light to read by comfortably, however, artificial light turned off during the day can create an enlightening effect.
The Aspidistra is available in any local nursery or garden center.
Additional five plants that can be used in extremely dim lighting conditions include:
Aglonema (Chinese Evergreen).
Aglonema (Chinese Evergreen) which are among the few plants that prefer only moderate lighting and are able to adapt to light levels that are low. The leaves are huge and dark green with the appearance of leathery, tapering. They later develop an edgy base.
Drachaena deremensis is a variety of Drachaena, also known as Happy or Fortune Plants. It has slim leaves and is typically white-colored. The Drachaena family are caney plants crested with decorative rosettes of straplike foliage.
Holly fern, which can endure low light levels, and Boston fern, which is a fishbone type of fern that can be grown in low light for many months, but it will require to be revived in brighter light.
Parlor Palm Neanthe Bella, also called Parlor Palm is more suited for low-light situations than other palms.
Sanseviera, also known as Mother-In Law's Tongue is a low-growing plant that is characterized by its strap-like, erect leaves. They're usually creamy and are characterized by unusual bands of grey-green at the center.