Are there any plants that don’t need sunlight to grow?



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    Some green plants, like bacteria, can survive near hydrothermal vents at the deep ocean floor, due to a process called chemosynthesis. The vents emit compounds like hydrogen sulfide, which the bacteria can convert into sugar in combination with oxygen and carbon dioxide. A variety of marine animals can survive off the bacteria, forming a unique deep-sea ecosystem.

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    Most plants require at least a little bit of sunlight in order to photosynthesize.  The following is a list of plants that require minimal sunlight: Peace Lily, Philodendron, African Violet, Lucky Bamboo, Snake Plan, Cast Iron Plant, Fern, and Chinese Evergreen.  These are the types of plants that thrive indoors, away from windows.  

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