For large indoor trees for low light rooms, a rubber tree is a great choice because of large glossy leaves that capture the little light available for photosynthesis.
The Madagascar dragon tree (Dracaena marginata) grows well in medium indirect light to low light conditions indoors.
The umbrella tree reaches up to 4-6 feet tall when grown indoors, which makes it a great choice if you want a fairly tall tree for low light conditions.
Lady palms are often grown in shady landscapes, but they’re great indoor palm trees for low light conditions.
You can grow the money tree in your low light indoor space as a bonsai houseplant, or let it grow tall.
The Norfolk Island pine is a common holiday or Christmas tree that can be grown successfully as a houseplant in spaces that don’t get much light.
The corn plant is a fairly tall, tree-like indoor plant with a cane-like stalk with rosettes of arching, broad evergreen leaves.
The dumb cane is a tough plant that grows large with astonishing leaves. It can withstand just about any light conditions except for direct sunlight that can scorch its leaves.