Light is the fuel that powers our houseplants. It’s the vital ingredient for photosynthesis to make them grow. That’s why we label our plants on nabteh.com with information about their sunlight preferences.
Direct Light: The light that comes in through west or southern-facing windows. Direct light is the most intense light that indoor spaces receive, and will expose plants directly to the sun's rays.
Bright Indirect Light: It’s not direct, but it is steady and bright. The spots right next to a window that receives a dash of direct light (but not more than an hour a day) before being obstructed.
Medium Light: The areas of a room that are about half the distance between a window and back wall receive medium light. These areas still receive steady light from windows, but it is not direct.
Low Light: Low light areas are more away from windows, and can also be places that receive no natural light, like some office spaces and bathrooms. Some plants love low light, and many can adapt to it. Low light plants tend to grow more slowly than other plants.
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