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Changing offices, what about my plants?

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by Nava de Roa on January 10, 2006 12:27 AM
Hi everyone,

I will be changing offices from a very bright, southwest facing windowed office into an window-less interior office in a few weeks. I was wondering if my sempervivum would survive the change.

Now in winter, it gets maybe 2-4 hours of bright, direct light in the afternoons plus fluorescent lighting for about 8-9 hours 5 days a week. Would it be ok with just the artificial?

Also, I was thinking of bringing in my Philodendron cordatum which I've grown for 2 years in bright east and south facing windows. I think this is an ok move, but wanted to confirm.

Thanks for the help!
by tkhooper on January 10, 2006 01:52 AM
Hi we're neighbors almost. I'm in Triangle, Virginia. I don't know about your plants sorry. But I'm sure Will or someone else will be by to help you out.

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by Kareena on January 10, 2006 02:47 AM
Hi Nava-

I do not know much about plants however I had a bamboo and spider plant at my last office. They didnt really get any real light just the fluorescent lighting and they did fine.

Good luck with the move


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