The location of a plant plays an important role. For example, one plant likes to be in a light spot and the other plant can tolerate little sunlight. The light requirement can differ per plant and can be divided into three categories: sunny, partial shade and shade. We explain it to you briefly.
Plants that fall under this category need a lot of sunlight to grow. A spot in the conservatory or a south-facing window would therefore be suitable. The light requirement is great and they need a maximum of 5 hours of sun per day. Many Ficus plants fall under this category.
Many plants fall under this category. These plants
like light, but like to avoid full sun. A suitable location is a spot up to 2/3 meters from the window, next to the window instead of in front of or directly in front of the north-facing window. 3 to 4 hours of (sun)light per day is enough for these plants.
Do you have a place where there is not little sunlight? Then you can do it
it is best to choose a houseplant with a low light requirement. Although these plants can take a beating, they still need a maximum of 2 hours of light.
View the light needs of your plant on the product page.
Would you like advice on which plant is suitable for your location? Please feel free to contact us. We like to think along with you.