My apartment seems to be alittle weird light-wise. (Like the occupant lol.) The coleus doesn't really like it when it gets direct sun down here even for alittle while. I don't know why but it will start drooping almost immediately even though it is suppose to be sun-tolerant.
My snapdragons outside are in full shade and won't stop blooming. I was thinking maybe it is because they are miniatures? I know what I've read said they should have only bloomed about twice and then went dormant for the summer and then maybe bloomed again in the fall. But they don't seem to want to pay attention to the rules. (They may have learned that from me
.) Of course they are a taller miniature than the one I am planning for the interior landscape and I may loose out with those. Can you suggest a different plant
that would create the tall thin "spear shaped" appearance I would like to have there? It doesn't need to bloom at all. The color scheme is blue and green in my livingroom so if it just stayed green that would be great.
Your going to think I am nuts! The foundation of the planter will be a wire basket used for underbed storage. From there it is pure juryrigged. Think think plastic cutting boards and you get the idea. Which is very normal for me lol. And yes it will have drainage I just hope that I don't get any dips or valleys in the bottom that might cause water to pool.
I was hoping I could get some of that moss that likes to grow on the retaining wall it is like maybe 1/8 of an inch tall if that. But it seems to like dry conditions and the other plants
would not go for that at all.