Indoor plants refer to any plant that is grown inside a building or enclosed space, typically for decorative or air purifying purposes. These plants can come in various shapes, sizes, and colors and can be placed in pots or hanging baskets to add greenery and aesthetic appeal to indoor spaces.
Low light plants, on the other hand, are indoor plants that can survive and thrive in environments with minimal sunlight. These plants are ideal for spaces that have limited access to natural light, such as offices or basements. They typically have larger leaves to absorb as much light as possible and can include plants like spider plants, snake plants, and pothos.
Both indoor plants and low light plants can offer numerous benefits, including improving air quality, reducing stress levels, and boosting productivity. Additionally, caring for plants can be a rewarding hobby that promotes relaxation and mindfulness.