House plants

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ali baba
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House plants

Post by ali baba » Sat Jan 07, 2017 1:51 pm

What plants can survive with no direct sunlight and do a good job of removing pollutants from the air?

I can fit 4 plats in my bedroom, 2 in the living room and 2 more in the spare room so I'm looking for a good mix.
Scarier than malaria.
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Re: House plants

Post by Rama » Sat Jan 07, 2017 3:20 pm

This flower shop at the end of Street 360, corner of 136
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Only sells 'house' plants, all ideal for full shade environments (i.e. indoors)
They often have some very unique 'house' plants that you won't find anywhere else (imported from Thailand)
Last week I got a lovely purple flamingo plant ($15) and an amazing hydrangea (also $15) they have less exotic and expensive 'house' plants too.
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Re: House plants

Post by ali baba » Sat Jan 07, 2017 6:03 pm

Thanks Rama.
Scarier than malaria.
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