Shade Tolerant Houseplants

Plants for shady places open up a world of green possibilities for areas with limited sunlight, transforming those shaded nooks of your home into lush spaces.

Scroll on to explore our top shade tolerant plants.

Epipremnum – Devils Ivy

A popular and easy-to-care-for houseplant known for its heart-shaped leaves and trailing vines. Its trailing vines make it suitable for hanging baskets or as a cascading element in room decor, while its air-purifying qualities contribute to a healthier indoor atmosphere.

Spathiphyllum | Peace Lily

A graceful indoor plant characterised by its elegant dark green leaves and striking white blooms, symbolising peace and tranquillity. Renowned for its air-purifying qualities, the Peace Lily thrives in low-light conditions, making it an excellent choice for adding a touch of serenity to homes and offices.

Dracaena Fragrans | Dragon Tree Plant

A hardy and resilient indoor plant recognised for its upright, sword-shaped leaves that feature distinctive patterns. With its ability to thrive in low-light conditions and low care required, it’s an ideal choice for those seeking a low-maintenance green companion.

Adiantum | Maidenhair Fern

Bringing an air of elegance to indoor spaces with its delicate and lacy fronds, it thrived in shaded areas thus making it an excellent choice for those darker corners  in the home. 

Heart Leaf Philodendron

A beloved indoor plant characterised by its heart-shaped, glossy green leaves. Known for its easy care and adaptability, it adds a touch of lush elegance to any indoor space.