This plant is considered Low Light, and can survive in areas most other plants would not be able to. However, low light does not mean NO light. Make sure the location you're putting this plant in has either a window or receives at least 8 hours a day of bright fluorescent light. Like all plants, Low Light Plants require light to photosynthesize so for best results place this plant in bright, indirect light.
The surest way to see if your space receives the light required for an indoor plant is to take a light meter reading. Please see our Lighting Guide for instructions.
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