Plants for dark humid places
koning at ECSUC.CTSTATEU.EDU
Tue Oct 7 16:04:19 EST 1997
At 6:03 PM -0400 10/4/97, Jen MacIntyre wrote:
>I am trying to find some species of plants (that are common enough to be
>purchased in nurserys in Canada, specifically White Rose) that would
>survive in my bathroom, a dark and often humid environment.
Dark and humid is a tough place for most plants.
=46ungi can handle it well. How about putting a
mushroom kit in the planter?
I'm not sure how dark is dark here, but only a
few mosses and ferns will grow in very dim places
(NOT dark!). Some species will "hang on" in a
dim place, but very very few green plants flourish
in dim light.
Ross Koning | koning at ecsu.ctstateu.edu
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