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Every one who has written books or reports on plants has a different term when talking about light levels. They tend to use their favorite. Is it sunlight, bright light, medium or lowlight? Or is it shady, filtered, intense, indirect, or reflected?
Let me try to make it easy for all of us.
LOW LIGHT-This is an area where you could read comfortably, but isn’t much brighter. It’s an area located toward the middle of the room with west or south windows, near a north window, or an east corner of the room. There isn’t any sunlight directly on the plants. A few plants will tolerate it for months and even years, if taken care of correctly. CHINESE EVERGREEN, CAST IRON PLANT
MEDIUM LIGHT– Areas with lots of artificial lights on all day like, an office. A east window or a light curtained window of a west or south area. A very bright room where
HIGH LIGHT– Plants that need 4-5 hours of direct sun on them and then bright light the rest of the day. This would be southeast, south and southwest. Most of your flowering patio plants that you bring in for the winter would be in this category. CROTON, CITRUS in side for the winter.
LOW LIGHT PLANTS– These plants will tolerate and adapt to low light. But can also take medium light.
MEDUIM LIGHT PLANTS
HAWAIIAN SCHEFFLERA (ARBORCOLA)