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The best plants for shade

There is a wide variety of plants that you can choose both for the interior and exterior of your home, being able to choose any one that is most suitable for the characteristics of each environment, thus helping its development to be adequate. One of the most important aspects of plant care is lighting, essential in almost all of them so that they can reach their maximum splendor .

Today I would like to write about the most suitable shade plants , perfect if you live in an area where there is not much sun or if you have it indoors in an area where there is not much light. Take note of the best shade plants:

You may also be interested in: 10 cold and shade resistant outdoor plants
  1. Begonia Rex
  2. Begonia Bowerae
  3. Hakonechloa Macra Aureola
  4. Hermosa

Begonia Rex

These plants are characterized by having the leaves with drawings and various details that are really interesting, leaving a very beautiful plant that is perfect to decorate any space. During the summer they will reach their maximum splendor, but the truth is that the rest of the year they can also look spectacular despite not receiving much light.

Begonia Bowerae

It is distinguished from other begonias because its leaves are small , but it branches a lot, so when they develop it has a spectacular appearance since it forms a very large bush.

Hakonechloa Macra Aureola

It is a grass that has beautiful and very showy leaves that can reach a lot of light and color. It is perfect for shady areas as it gives a very special color to that environment, which will have a point of elegance perfect for shady areas.


Also called hosta, this plant has many varieties and can have different colors depending on the species but all perfect for areas of shade . You have to be careful as they are prone to snail pests.

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