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Indoor Gardening and Houseplants: Plant for low light near radiator?

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sempervirens
Northern, NJ
(Zone 6b)

December 5, 2011
12:14 AM

Post #8916809

I have 2 spots near radiators, off to the side of the windows, I'd like to find a couple of plants that will be ok with.
I do have 1 cylindrical snake plant that does ok in this spot.
Any other ideas for plant choices?
It would be important for me not to choose a toxic if eaten plant since one of my dogs will chew hanging leaves.
So philodendron is out.
Any ideas?
gasrocks
Portage, WI
(Zone 5a)

December 5, 2011
7:39 AM

Post #8917081

When you say radiator, dry comes to my mind. More and different kinds of snake plants, or other such succuents that tolerate low light?
sempervirens
Northern, NJ
(Zone 6b)

December 7, 2011
2:27 AM

Post #8919675

Thanks gasrocks for the suggestions.
I didn't think of sedums at all and will try to look into some low light varieties.
Any ideas on favorite low light sedums?

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