Hello, I have a sunroom that gets a lot of direct and indirect
sunlight during the day. I already have a number of large plants
which have been growing extremely well. But I would like some more
tropical plants which like a lot of sun.
Find yourself a ponytail plant. Loves sun, very pretty, puts up with
sporadic watering in case you sometimes forget. I've had mine for 25 years.
Great plant. I'd give you the Latin name, but I just moved and my plant
books haven't escaped from their U-Haul boxes yet.
Why waste space on overly large plants when you can have several smaller
ones of all kinds of shapes and sizes?
In the location you describe, you can grow almost anything that does well
indoors. Both foliage and flowering plants!!
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I put out my houseplants for the summer and amongst those that take
full sun from day 1, no prob, there are 3 scheffleras (one variegated,
two green), mango, lime, rosemary, rubber plant, banana, sansevieria,
date palms, and surprisingly, dracaena marginata. my barber shop has a
wall of scheffleras that covers a large window in full sun, really hot
location, no prob either. I put the ficus where it gets sunlight after
4 pm, and as the other poster suggested, it is probably a good one
too. also suprisingly, aloe sunburns when suddenly exposed to full
sun, as does avocado. schefflera, banana, and rubber plant will grow
to be small trees in that location.
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