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Right Plant Right Place: Plants perfect for a hallway

The hall is the first place a visitor will see, so make a good impression with a display of well kept, healthy plants. Consider your light levels and if a draught from the front door will affect your plants.

Plants we recommend for a hallway:

Aglaonema (Chinese Evergreen)
Great for low light levels and requires minimum water

Aspidistra (Cast Iron Plant)
As its name suggests it can withstand most environments
and thrives on neglect

Dracaena (Dragon Tree)
A great specimen feature plant suitable for most hallways

Ficus elastica (Rubber Plant)
Will grow big if allowed, a hardy specimen to care for

Kentia Palm
Bring those tropical vibes to the entrance to your home.
Be sure not to expose them to draughts

Monstera (Swiss Cheese)
Fabulous structural plant with fantastic shaped leaves,
thrive in bright light but not direct sunlight

Peperomia
Lots of fantastic varieties to choose from,
prefers lower light levels

Philodendron
Thrives on lower light levels and is very easy to care for

Spathiphyllum (Peace Lily)
If kept damp, this plant will love a spot with lower light

Zamioculcas (ZZ Plant)
Whether its bright sun or a shady spot
this plant will thrive on neglect

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