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Snake plants and bromeliads make a strikingly beautiful combination in a planter alongside a modern glass staircase. As an added bonus the snake plants (AKA Sansevieria trifasciata) are one of the better plants at filtering out formaldehyde, which is found in many household products. Learn more about combining houseplants in creative ways for use in your home or office in this video.
“Snake plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, can literally survive in a closet—that’s how little light it needs,” says Juliette Vass, owner of online plant stores My City Plants and Orchid Diva. The leaves’ deep green centers and light yellow edges go a long way toward livening up an otherwise plain room. Getty Images - HouseBeautiful.com
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.