I am feng-shuiing ( )my office... Ok, not really, but I am trying to make it a bit more "livable", and can really use some live plants here. The problem is I've got no windows (room in the middle of the building), so no natural light whatsoever. Fluorecent lights up on the ceiling and above my desk (under the bookshelves - those lights can stay on all night if I choose to).
Do you know any plants that would be fine with such lighting? Probably nothing will thrive, but anything that would live and not make me feel sad looking at?
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10-08-2010, 08:44 AM #1
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10-08-2010, 07:23 PM #4
Thanks ladies! Everywhere I look they are talking about "low" light, meaning there is still some natural light coming. I actually have quite a bit of light, but it's not natural. Wonder if anybody has a (positive LOL) experience with such. Should try ivy though, it does survive everywhere....7/08 8/11
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