Plants cannot grow without sunlight, and light is something that plant hire services can't provide. They can fertilize the soil, water the plants, but they simply can't produce sunlight. Fortunately, there are low light plants that can survive and even thrive in shady areas with the least amount of sunlight. Most office plants and plants for indoor purposes come from species that grow on the shady forest floor. Therefore, they are well adapted for lower light conditions.
So, whether your workspace is covered in shadows or you just don't have time to give your plants much attention, there are some stunning plants that thrive in low light settings.