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Houseplants for Medium Light

medium light houseplants

Houseplants for Medium Light 

If you are unsure of what kind of light an area receives try this simple sheet of paper test. Hold your hand about 8 inches above a sheet of white paper. If you can see a blurred shadow, then you have medium light. Here is a collection of houseplants perfect for those in-between areas of your home.

monstera

Monstera
These designer favorites thrive in medium indirect light. Plant in well-draining soil and water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings.

Crotons

Crotons
These bold beauties thrive in medium light and come in many different, unique varieties. Plant in well-draining soil and let soil dry in between waterings.

african violets

African Violets
These small houseplants produce clusters of white, blue, or purple flowers over fuzzy leaves. They will bloom with lower light, but medium to bright indirect light is best, and they are pet friendly!

a close up of a green plant

Aglaonema
These highly decorative plant with many interesting varieties and color - from dark green to silver, and some with hints of red. They are slow-growing, attractive, and make excellent foliage plants.

maidenhair fern

Maidenhair Ferns
This houseplant has delicate fan-shaped leaf segments that are typically clustered on wiry black stems. Make sure to place in a room with decent humidity like a kitchen or bathroom.

dracena

Dracaena
This low maintenance houseplant has striking variegated foliage in green, yellow and white to green with red edges. Available in multiple varieties ranging from tall tree-like plants to smaller tabletop plants.