Now thats a bit more helpful,
"John Margetts" <john at jmargetts.fslife.co.uk> wrote in message
news:al491k$tj9$1 at news5.svr.pol.co.uk...
> Go to a nursery/florist run by someone who cares rather than does a job,
> ask their advice. It does depend to some extent on where you live ie
> levels, day length, humidity. A world wide forum won't necessrily give
> the best advice.
>> The other method of finding out is to try things. My house is good for
> begonias, yet they struggle to live in my friend's house two streets away,
> but considerably lower down the hill.
>>> "richi" <rich_blen.remove. at web.de> wrote in message
> news:al299q$1m9pcq$1 at news.hansenet.net...> > Hi, I´m not sure if this is the right newsgroup for my query but heres
> > trying :-)
> > I´m looking to put some houseplants in my appartment but unfortunately I
> > have terminally black fingers (opposite of green fingers). Every plant
> > ever had has died on me.
> > If anyone can suggest a plant (apart from cacti) that is very easy to
> > after and likes a lot of light (I want them to sit under a roof window)
> > not too expensive, I would be very grateful,
> > TIA
> > Richi