Sansevieria The sansevieria (mother-in-law's tongue) used in this bedroom window is a perfect indoor hedge. Planted in one long container, it provides privacy without sacrificing light. Sansevieria need watering once a month and love the shade but will adapt to light.
Cardboard Plant (Zamioculcas Zamiifolia) A relative newcomer on the houseplant scene, this plant truly thrives on neglect. It is rather slow growing, so start with a plant near the size you'd like. Water when the soil is dry, and wash or dust off leaves occasionally.
Parlor Palm (Neanthe Bella) Popular in Victorian times for its ability to tolerate dark , moody interiors, this plant remains a mainstay. It can withstand occasional drying out and low humidity. Though it tolerates low natural light, it looks its best under brighter conditions.