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Thanks! Well, it is even possible to have house plants if one only has a sunny window.
In our hemisphere, anything facing roughly SE through SW; in yours, the inverse.
It's ironic that I currently have two abodes, yet both are very much shady. That puts
a sharp limit on the plant types that can thrive in the lower light. And even those windows
with the right exposure only get direct sunlight for part of our day. Pothos is one of
those shade tolerant types.
Time permitting, I have been meaning to knock together a couple of 'window bookshelves',
so to speak. That would increase the number of pots possible in each window.
I have also been meaning to get started with experimenting with growing my own
edible sprouts and 'micro greens'. The latter type is going to want some more direct
sunlight during the short growth period prior to harvest. I have a couple of pounds
of sprouting seeds in unopened bags up in a cupboard. I need to get busy with that.
Just recently I had some great salads which included sprouts from the grocery
store. Nice! Sprouts are loaded with nutrients.
Nice one, Clutter. I love house plants. Unfortunately they are all I have currently as I live in a unit with no garden. Hopefully will have a garden in the future sometime as gardening is one of life's great pleasures.