Houseplants benefit us in many ways. They brighten our homes and offices, help change our moods and even clean the air. A common question we get is "will this plant do okay if I don't have a lot of light?" Just because you don't have a bright, well-lit room in your home or office, doesn’t mean you can't grow healthy houseplants. There are many plants which will tolerate low light conditions. Here are 5 plants that are easy to grow and will do well in areas where they don't receive a lot of light. Peperomia plants can handle low to high light. Let the soil dry out slightly between watering. Growing Peperomia supposedly brings you luck with money. Dieffenbachia can handle low to high light, but no direct sun. Water regularly enough to keep the soil moist. It should be noted that these plants will grow in well-lit rooms as well as low-light areas.Water carefully and feed your plants every 3-4 weeks. Choosing the right plant for your conditions will help your plant thrive for many years.