Plants We Love - Medium Light

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In New England this means E or W facing windows, or 3-5 feet from a S or SW facing window. Here's an easy test that will help you to determent how much light your space gets: At noon when the sun is the brightest, come close to the spot where you are planning to place a plant and inspect the shadow. Weak shadow but the silhouette is still recognizable means it is a medium light spot.

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Light - Medium to bright indirect, too bright will scorch leaves. Water - when top of soil is dry, prefers soil to dry out before watering Effective air purifier; drying and browing of the lower leaves is normal, simply trim off. Toxic to pets

Dracaena Lemon Lime

Light - Medium to bright indirect, too bright will scorch leaves. Water - when top 1-2" of soil is dry, prefers soil to dry out before watering Effective air purifier; drying and browing of the lower leaves is normal, simply trim off. Toxic to pets

 Botanical Name: Ficus Elastica. Light: Medium to high. No direct sun.

Ruby Rubber Plant

Benefits: Air purifier. Botanical Name: Ficus Elastica. Light: Medium to high. No direct sun.

Detailed information about the snake plants. All you need to know about the snake plant care, types, and decoration ideas for a fresh home environment

Snake Plant Laurentii

Snake Plant Laurentii BRIGHTNESS: Low, Medium, or Bright, thrives in bright, but tolerates low. WATER: About every 2 weeks Allow potting mix to dry out completely between waterings. HUMIDITY: Any. BENEFITS: Air purifier, high oxygen production. Photo Credit: thesill.com

Sansevieria a. Snake plant aka Mother-in-law tongue can survive the harshest conditions & thrives in almost any light. We deliver beautiful plants in NYC, Jersey City & Hoboken. Low Lights, Decor, Indoor Plants, Plant Life, Interior Decorating, Potted Plants, White Planters, Cool Plants

Snake Plant

BRIGHTNESS: Low, Medium, or Bright, thrives in bright, but tolerates low. WATER: About every 2 weeks Allow potting mix to dry out completely between waterings. HUMIDITY: Any. BENEFITS: Air purifier, high oxygen production. Photo Credit: mycityplants.com

 Light: Low to full sun. Water: Water only when soil is completely dry; use cactus/succulent soil.

Sanseveria - Fernwood

BRIGHTNESS: Low, Medium, or Bright, thrives in bright, but tolerates low. WATER: About every 2 weeks Allow potting mix to dry out completely between waterings. HUMIDITY: Any. BENEFITS: Air purifier, high oxygen production.

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Snake Plant Zeylanica

BRIGHTNESS: Low, Medium, or Bright, thrives in bright, but tolerates low. WATER: About every 2 weeks Allow potting mix to dry out completely between waterings. HUMIDITY: Any. BENEFITS: Air purifier, high oxygen production.

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Pilea Peperomioides

Pilea Peperomioides|Chinese money plant|Missionary plant/Pass It On Plant BRIGHTNESS: Medium to Bright, indirect. WATER: Weekly Allow potting mix to dry but not completely. Thirsty plants will have droppy leaves. HUMIDITY: Normal to Humid Normal to higher humidity. Increase humidity if leaf edges crisp. *Do not top off soil with rocks as this will prevent "root babies" from popping up.

ZZ plant potted in elegant Rondo white planters with sub-irrigation system. Virtually indestructible, plant can take months of neglect & still look amazing. Common House Plants, Low Lights, Irrigation System, Plant Images, House, Seating Area, Contemporary House, Self Watering Planter, White Planters

ZZ Plant

LIGHT: Best in bright to moderate, indirect light but fine in extremely low light. Curling leaves, yellowing and leaning can all be an indication of too much light. WATER: They need less rather than more water. Water the plant only when the soil has dried out. It can survive months without water, but will grow faster if watered somewhat regularly. Toxic to Dogs & Cats. Photo Credit: mycityplants.com

Pinstripe Calathea BRIGHTNESS: Prefers medium light or bright indirect light. WATER: Water when top 1" of soil is dry (approx 1x a week).  Leaves curl up when thirsty. HUMIDITY: Normal to slightly higher humidity. Air purifying. Leaves fold vertically at night (as if clasping in prayer). Non-toxic

Calathea Ornata - Pinstripe

Pinstripe Calathea BRIGHTNESS: Prefers medium light or bright indirect light. WATER: Water when top 1" of soil is dry (approx 1x a week). Leaves curl up when thirsty. HUMIDITY: Normal to slightly higher humidity. Air purifying. Leaves fold vertically at night (as if clasping in prayer). Non-toxic

ZZ plant, pothos plant, and more—these are the best houseplants for low-light, perfect for brightening up a dark spot.

Calathea Rattlesnake

Calathea Rattlesnake BRIGHTNESS: Prefers medium light, tolerates low light. WATER: Water when top 1" of soil is dry (approx 1x a week). Leaves curl up when thirsty. HUMIDITY: Normal to slightly higher humidity. Air purifying. Leaves fold vertically at night (as if clasping in prayer). Non-toxic Photo Credit: thesill.com

Calathea: Freddie - Small 5 Indoor Potted Plants Delivered to Your Door – The Sill

ZZ Plant

BRIGHTNESS: Low to Medium Low light to dappled sun. Not suited for intense, direct sun. WATER: About every 2 weeks Allow potting mix to dry out completely between waterings. HUMIDITY: Any Photo Credit: thesill.com

Calathea Medallion Medium 7 Prospect Planter The Sill

Calathea Medallion

Calathea Medallion BRIGHTNESS: Prefers medium light or bright indirect light. Not suited for intense, direct sun. WATER: Water when top 1" of soil is dry (approx 1x a week). Leaves curl up when thirsty. HUMIDITY: Normal to slightly higher humidity. Air purifying. Leaves fold vertically at night (as if clasping in prayer). Non-toxic Photo Credit: thesill.com

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Marantha Leuconeura - Red Prayer Plant - cousin to the Calathea BRIGHTNESS: Prefers medium light or bright indirect light. Not suited for intense, direct sun. WATER: Water when top 1" of soil is dry (approx 1x a week). Leaves curl up when thirsty. HUMIDITY: Normal to slightly higher humidity. Air purifying. Leaves fold vertically at night (as if clasping in prayer).

The Bird's Nest Fern is characterized by ripple-edged fronds that grow out of a nest-like crown. They do well in low light plant watered weekly. Shop The Sill's collection of houseplants and indoor plants for delivery.

Victoria Birds Nest Fern

BRIGHTNESS: Low to Medium. WATER: Approximately weekly when potting mix is half-dry to dry, about 2" down. Can tolerate moistness. HUMIDITY Normal to higher humidity. Photo Credit: thesill.com

Bird's Nest Fern in Small Ceramic Pot

Nidus Birds Nest Fern

BRIGHTNESS: Low to Medium. WATER: Approximately weekly when potting mix is half-dry to dry, about 2" down. Can tolerate moistness. HUMIDITY Normal to higher humidity.

The Calathea Freddie is paired with our August Planter, an American-made stoneware vessel measuring tall and 5 wide. This plant is pet-friendly. It comes potted in our potting mix.

Calathea Freddie

Calathea Freddie BRIGHTNESS: Medium Prefers medium indirect light to dappled sun. Not suited for intense, direct sun. WATER: Weekly When potting mix is half-dry to dry, about 2" down. HUMIDITY: Normal to Humid Normal to slightly higher humidity will do. Photo Credit: thesill.com