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SQUEEZE PLAY: Landscape architect Rita Hodge added tall black bamboo and lower-growing perennials to soften this narrow, vertical entry. Photo: Ralph Smith Photography / handout

SQUEEZE PLAY: Landscape architect Rita Hodge added tall black bamboo and lower-growing perennials to soften this narrow, vertical entry. Photo: Ralph Smith Photography / handout - My Wonder Garden

When you are looking for such plants choose that are known for their ability to grow in indirect sunlight. They are ideal shade-loving plants, naturally growing in indirect sun. These plants adapts well to the smaller amount of light and thrives normally. To make your searching easier we've listed 17 best plants to grow indoors.

Easy to maintain house plants: MAIDENHAIR FERN- Don't have much bright sunlight in your apartment? Neither does the forest floor, so -- lucky for you! -- many low-growing plants, like this maidenhair fern, can thrive without much direct light.

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A rustic bedroom makes a class act design statement in a loft apartment, using split logs for one wall and combining a deer head with a faux fur throw over the bed clothes. Kind of a sexy male with a come hither look.

Chlorophytum comosum cv./Spider Plant

My mom has always had spider plants! Spider Plant is one of the easiest houseplants to care for. Thrives best in low to minimal light and biweekly watering. Spider takes toxins and converts them to oxygen.

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RUBBER PLANT – Level of Care: Easy. Light/Water: Like most of the other plants on this list, the rubber plant requires bright, indirect light. You should only water it when the soil is dry. Click through for more indoor plants