Indirect Sunlight Plants

Some plants thrive in indirect sunlight because they have evolved to grow in habitats where the light is filtered or dappled, such as under a forest canopy.

In these environments, the light is bright enough to support photosynthesis but is also diffused, reducing the intensity and duration of direct sun exposure.

Most houseplants thrive in indirect sunlight, especially those native to jungles and rainforests like most philodendrons, calathea, and photos.

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