House Plants for Five Exposures Author:George Taloumis Indoor gardeners soon realize that one essential ingredient for raising beautiful plans is most important for them, and often most difficult to control - light. Which plants will do well in which light? In northern exposure? Bright southern lighting? And what about indirect sunlight? Artificial illumination, either fluorescent or incandescent? G... more »eorge Taloumis, veteran "Green thumb," supplies the answers to these and a host of other questions on house plant gardening.
For each of the five light orientations he gives simple, direct, easy-to-follow general advice, followed by listings of plants specifically suited to that exposure, with clear instructions for growing and caring for individual varieties. There are photographs through the book to help in selecting the ideal plant for the available location. Special chapters give information on feeding, propagation, bugs, and flights and how to outwit them, and how to successfully grow plants in pots, planters, and room dividers.« less