When it comes to beautiful plants that are easy to care for, succulents tops the list though some will not grow well in full sunlight. If you want to engage in succulent gardening but have a low-light situation you are covered. Here is a list of 5 best low light succulents for dark rooms.

1. Snake Plant (Sansevieria): The Snake Plant, also known as Sansevieria, is almost indestructible and ideal for your low-light room’s corner. It has tall leathery leaves with a tendency to stay upright and can tolerate neglect hence favored by busy plant enthusiasts.

2. Zebra Plant (Haworthiopsis fasciata): This delicate small succulent has distinctive stripes on its leaves and is compact. It thrives in indirect sunlight and can be a perfect fit for your office desk or shaded window sill.

3. Jade Plant (Crassula ovata): This classic succulent can survive in low light conditions. They possess thick woody stems and glossy green leaves which may acquire some red coloration at edges when exposed slightly to sunlight.

4. Christmas Cactus (Schlumbergera): Unlike most other succulents, the Christmas Cactus does not like being bathed in direct sunlight. It flourishes under bright indirect lighting and when taken care of well it blooms into tubular flowers during the holidays.

5. Bear Paw (Cotyledon tomentosa): The Bear Paw is an adorable succulent with fat leaves looking like bear paws. It’s an endearing plant that does well with little light and adds whimsicality to any section of your house not well-lit.

These five low-light succulents prove that even in darker parts of your home, you can still enjoy the uniqueness of these kinds of gardens. Each one of them has its own allure and brings out touch of nature in different areas of your house even without the need for sunlight.