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April 8, 2011
7:24 am
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AmitChugh
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hi everyone

i want to put a plant in my room for frshness. my room is close from all side, there is no sunlight and less fresh air. plz suggest me best plant with picture, if possible.

thankx

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April 8, 2011
7:16 pm
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Hi Amit:

To say the very least, its a tall order you are asking for! Please pardon my being blunt. I think the best solution would be: chose your plants but allow them a few hours of air and sunlight each day. Like the suggestion? Regards

Satish

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April 8, 2011
7:21 pm
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Money Plant also known as Pothos

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E.....num_aureum

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April 9, 2011
12:04 pm
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Hi Amit

You can put Jade. Its a succulent which is quite hardy and supposed to bring good luck (is it true?????) . As Satish suggested you need to show them some sun. If you want  you can grow jade in any beautiful small pot and give it a miniature tree shape or any other shape as it adapts to it very fast and WOW!!!! with in six months you have a beautiful bonsai to keep on your table which is supposed to bring good luck. Since it is succulent it can survive without water when you go out on a holiday.

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April 11, 2011
9:37 pm
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thanks jamey. pothos is a good option. it is easy to find and can be easily grown in bottles of water also.

@ satish, greenthru

i can put the pot the plant in open for 1 or two hours, as it is portable.

but plz tell me , does pothos as an indoor plant purify the air much better ? what about at night, does it exhale oxygen at night ? or i have to put it outside, as plants exhale co2 at night ? or any other plant with more benefits ?

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April 12, 2011
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and what about norfolk island pine. is it easy to maintain ? can i also grow it from cutting ? what are the benefits of this plant as an indoor plant ?

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October 25, 2016
10:35 am
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Hi Amit,
I have to agree with Satish. And it's easier said than done. Growing a beautiful large plant in a big beautiful pot can add tremendously to your decor. But they're huge. It would be sad for you invest in a large potted plant and suffer the disappointment of a steadily declining plant. The best thing I've seen done is to have two plants and regularly rotate them between the indoors and the outdoors. A plant being indoors is like you and me starving for a time--no energy intake. I use a large potted plant hand truck, and it's allowed me to easily move them frequently without damaging my potted plants or my expensive pots. I have the bigger hand truck at the bottom. They sell them at http://www.NurseryEnterprises.com
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