Aloe vera likes bright light, also, it has anti-inflammatory properties that speed the healing of skin tissues.
These aromatic herbs are excellent choices for kitchen gardens. They are easy to grow and add flavor to your culinary creations.
English ivy works in pots, hanging baskets, and it can adjust to low light. Let it dry out before watering.
It’s a carefree plant, and tolerates low light, but only blooms in bright light
Pothos make excellent hanging plants, so there is no need to waste valuable counter space!
If you have a bright sunny windowsill in your kitchen, succulents are a great option.
Spider plants are known for their air-purifying qualities. They give a lush and vibrant look to your kitchen.
Snake Plant is incredibly resilient and requires minimal care. It is a great air purifier, and do well in bright to low-light conditions.
Rubber plants have large, glossy leaves that add a bold statement to your kitchen space.