extremely low light plants?
Could anyone recommend me some very low light plants that can survive in a room that pretty much only gets artificial light? My apartment was evidently built in an era before building codes, and my living room is so dark that we have to keep the lights on in the middle of the day. We have cold white fluorescent lighting and a bunch of table lamps with with warm white CFL bulbs.
Are there any plants at all that can survive in such conditions? Especially any plants other than pothos? I'm sick of pothos.
I also have a North-East facing window that gets a few hours of direct sunlight in the morning, but is dim in the afternoon as it's surrounded by tall buildings. When it's overcast outside, it's pretty dim there all day long. The window is where a narrow corridor is, so my only option in that area is to hang plants on the window. Is there such thing a a low light plant that won't get scorched by a few hours morning sunlight? Or a medium light plant that won't mind sitting in extreme shade for more than half the day?
I've saved my only West-facing window for my herbs, and space there is very limited. Help a newbie out, please?