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need advice on houseplants

Beverly Erlebacher bae at cs.toronto.edu
Wed Sep 4 10:04:04 EST 2002

In article <al4th0$1ml2sp$1 at news.hansenet.net>,
richi <rich_blen.remove. at web.de> wrote:
> not quite what i had in mind.  Any other ideas out there?

Your public library probably has many books on house plants.  These books
will recommend plants that are easy to grow in varying amounts of light.
People who grow houseplants often have lots of cuttings to give away, 
especially of the ones that are the easiest to grow like pothos (Scindapsis)
and spider plant (Chlorophytum).

Btw, your roof window probably gives a lot less light than you think,
compared to outdoors in a desert, especially at higher latitudes in the winter.

>"Cereoid+10" <cereoid at prodigy.net> wrote in message
>news:aQ3d9.823$eD.217634982 at newssvr17.news.prodigy.com...
>> Try (artificial) silk plants instead. They may get dusty but they never
>> 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
>> i´ve
>> > 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)
>> and
>> > not too expensive, I would be very grateful,
>> >
>> > TIA
>> >
>> > Richi
>> >
>> >

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