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Michelle D added this to Green World29 January 2018

Finding the right amount of light. Every plant needs at least some sunlight to thrive. The amount varies, and hours of direct sun are not what many of them like. Instead, bright, indirect or filtered light is often best.You can’t choose which way your windows face, but you can adjust the light your plants receive. If they’re getting too much sun, as indicated by burnt or yellow leaves or above-average water needs, try moving them away from the window or adding a sheer curtain. If they are spindly, have yellow leaves or aren’t thriving, see if they need a little more light. Move them closer to the windows or, in dark spots, see if artificial lights for a few hours a day will help. Just don’t put them so close that you burn the foliage.Also, remember that while your windows face a certain direction, buildings, trees and other obstacles may block the light. Look at the amount of light your windows actually receive throughout the day, and choose and care for your plants appropriately.

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