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English

Index

A

  • acclimation, 17, 41
  • Aglaonema spp., 79
  • air circulation, 34
  • airplane plant, 149
  • alligator fern, 85
  • angel vine, 55
  • ‘Anita’ Dracaena, 57
  • Anthurium plowmanii, 61
  • aphids, 48
  • arrowhead vine, 59
  • Aspenium nidus, 63
  • Aspidistra elatior, 75

B

  • bamboo, 111
  • barroom plant, 75
  • bear’s paw fern, 67
  • bird’s nest anthurium, 61
  • bird’s nest fern, 63
  • bird’s nest snake plant, 65
  • black jewel orchid, 103
  • black sooty mold, 51
  • blue star fern, 67
  • Boston fern, 69
  • bottom watering, 29
  • bowstring hemp plant, 147
  • brake fern, 71
  • brown leaf tips, 51
  • Buddhist pine, 137
  • button fern, 73
  • buying plants, 40, 53

C

  • cabbage anthurium, 61
  • cachepots, 26
  • Calathea makoyana, 129
  • Calathea ornata, 135
  • Calathea rufibarba, 151
  • cast-iron plant, 75
  • ‘Cebu Blue’ pothos, 77
  • Chamaedorea elegans ‘Bella,’ 123
  • Chinese evergreen, 79
  • Chinese water bamboo, 111
  • Chlorophytum comosum, 149
  • Cissus rhombifolia ‘Ellen Danica,’ 93
  • climbing fig, 83
  • club moss, 127
  • cold damage, 51
  • containers, 41
  • corn plant, 81
  • creeping fig, 83
  • crocodile fern, 85
  • crown rot, 50
  • curly bamboo, 111
  • Cyrtomium falcatum, 99

D

  • devil’s ivy, 141
  • Dieffenbachia spp., 87
  • diseases, 50
  • Dracaena fragrans, 81
  • Dracaena reflexa ‘Anita,’ 57
  • Dracaena sanderiana, 111
  • drainage, 44
  • dust, 46
  • dwarf snake plant, 65

E

  • electric lights, 17
  • English ivy, 89
  • environmental problems, 51
  • Epipremnum aureum, 141
  • Epipremnum pinnatum ‘Cebu Blue,’ 77
  • ET fern, 95
  • European ivy, 89
  • exposures, 10

F

  • fairy washboard, 91
  • Fatsia japonica, 101
  • fertilizers/fertilizing, 23, 31
  • Ficus pumila, 83
  • fishbone fern, 107
  • Fittonia spp., 117
  • freckle face plant, 139
  • frosty fern, 127
  • fruit salad plant, 113
  • fungus gnats, 50
  • fuzzy pheasant feather, 151

G

  • garden-level apartments, 13
  • Gasteria carinata var. verrucosa, 119
  • golden pothos, 141
  • good luck plant, 65
  • goosefoot, 59
  • grape ivy, 93
  • green worm fern, 95
  • grooming, 39, 46
  • grub fern, 95

H

  • Haworthia limifolia, 91
  • heartleaf, 97
  • heartleaf philodendron, 97
  • Hedera helix, 89
  • herringbone plant, 143
  • holly fern, 99
  • honeydew, 48, 49
  • houseplant domestication, 42
  • humidity, 24, 34
  • hydration, 23, 24
  • Hypoestes phyllostachya, 139

I

  • illumination, 9, 16. See also electric lights; sunlight
  • immersion watering, 29
  • ivy, 89

J

  • Japanese aralia, 101
  • Japanese holly fern, 99
  • jewel orchid, 103

K

  • kangaroo fern, 105
  • kangaroo paw fern, 105

L

  • leaf discoloration, 51
  • leaf drop, 51
  • leaf spots, 50
  • lemon button fern, 107
  • lights see electric lights
  • ‘Little Hope’ philodendron, 109
  • lucky bamboo, 111
  • Ludisia discolor, 103

M

  • macronutrients, 31
  • maintenance, 39
  • Maranta spp., 135, 143
  • Mattress vine, 55
  • mealybugs, 48
  • Microsorum diversifolium, 105
  • Microsorum musifolium, 85
  • “moisture meters, 24
  • money plant, 141
  • Monstera deliciosa, 109, 113
  • mosaic plant, 117
  • Moses in the cradle, 115
  • mother of thousands, 133
  • mother-in-law’s tongue, 147
  • Muehlenbeckia complexa, 55

N

  • Nephrolepis cordifolia, 107
  • Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Bostoniensis,’ 69
  • nerve plant, 117
  • nest fern, 63
  • nitrogen, 31

O

  • oak-leaf ivy, 93
  • ox-tongue, 119
  • oyster plant, 115

P

  • parallel peperomia, 121
  • parlor ivy, 97
  • parlor palm, 123
  • peace lily, 125
  • peacock moss, 127
  • peacock plant, 129
  • Pellaea rotundifolia, 73
  • Pellionia pulchra, 155
  • Peperomia puteolata, 121
  • pests, 47
  • pH, 51
  • Philodendron bipinnatifidum, 109
  • Philodendron hederaceum, 97
  • Philodendron mayoi ‘Tahiti,’ 131
  • Philodendron selloum, 109
  • Phlebodium aureum, 67
  • phosphorus, 31
  • phototropism, 15
  • piggyback plant, 133
  • pin stripe calathea, 135
  • pin stripe prayer plant, 135
  • plant tags, 15, 24
  • plum pine, 137
  • Podocarpus macrophyllus var. maki, 137
  • polka dot plant, 139
  • Polypodium formosanum, 95
  • potassium, 32
  • pothos, 141”
  • potting medium, 45
  • powdery mildew, 50
  • prayer plant, 143
  • problem solving, 47
  • Pteris cretica, 71

R

  • rabbit tracks, 143
  • radiator plant, 121
  • rattlesnake plant, 129
  • repotting, 41. See also up-potting
  • Rhoeo spathacea, 115
  • ribbon plant, 111
  • Rimland, Mike, 42
  • round leaf fern, 73

S

  • Sansevieria trifasciata, 147
  • Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Hahnii,’ 65
  • saucers, 29, 44
  • scale, 48
  • Scindapsus pictus ‘Silver Satin,’ 145
  • Selaginella kraussiana ‘Variegata,’ 127
  • silver net plant, 117
  • silver ribbon fern, 71
  • ‘Silver Satin’ pothos, 145
  • skylights, 10
  • snake plant, 147
  • southern yew, 137
  • spath, 125
  • Spathiphyllum spp., 125
  • spider mites, 49
  • spider plant, 149
  • spiderwort, 153
  • spike moss, 127
  • split-leaf philodendron, 109
  • sunlight, 10, 20
  • sweetheart vine, 97
  • Swiss cheese plant, 109, 113
  • Syngonium podopyllum, 59

T

  • table fern, 71
  • temperature, 34, 51
  • Thaumatophyllum bipinnatifidum ‘Little Hope,’ 109
  • Tolmiea menziesii, 133
  • top watering, 28
  • Tradescantia zebrina, 153
  • troubleshooting, 47

U

  • up-potting, 43. See also repotting

V

  • vacation watering, 29
  • variegated plants, 14
  • velvet calathea, 151

W

  • wandering Jew, 153
  • watering, 23, 24
  • watermelon vine, 155
  • white sail plant, 125
  • whiteflies, 50
  • wick-watering, 29
  • wilting, 51

Z

  • Zamioculcas zamiifolia, 157
  • Zanzibar gem, 157
  • zebra plant, 129
  • zz plant, 157

About the author

Lisa is the Houseplant Guru, who features all things houseplants on her blog www.thehouseplantguru.com. She grew up in rural mid-Michigan, where being immersed in nature every day nurtured her love for all things outdoors, especially plants. Living down the road from her grandma meant spending a lot of time there and watching her lavish attention on her African violets and other houseplants. This is where the love for them began.

Being an avid outdoor gardener as well has led to a column for Michigan Gardening magazine and frequent articles for Michigan Gardener magazine. In addition, she has written for HGTVgardens.com, Real Simple magazine, and the houseplant section of Allan Armitage’s Greatest Perennials and Annuals app. She lectures extensively around the country, spreading the word about the importance of houseplants and how to care for them, and has been interviewed online, in print, and on TV and radio about houseplants.

Lisa worked for more than a decade at Steinkopf Nursery and Garden Center as the annuals and houseplants manager. She is a member of numerous plant groups, including the Michigan Cactus and Succulent Society, the Town and Country African Violet Society, the Southeast Michigan Bromeliad Society, and the Hardy Plant Society.

She cares for hundreds of houseplants in her home in the Detroit area, where she lives with her husband, John, and two adorable kitties. She loves to visit conservatories during her travels and is a volunteer at the Belle Isle Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory in Detroit. Lisa feels that every home, office, and apartment should have a houseplant, and that there is a houseplant for every situation. A green thumb is something anyone can have because everyone needs a little green in their lives!”

Acknowledgments

First, I must thank my editor Alyssa Bluhm for bringing her idea to me and asking me to write this book. She felt there needed to be a book for people who live in low-light situations, helping them find plants that work and learn how to make them happy. I loved working with you! Thank you to the team at Quarto for bringing our ideas to life.

Secondly, I need to thank Heather Saunders for adding her beautiful pictures and unique perspective to the book. It was a joy to work with you! We would both like to thank her sons Harrison and Julian Saunders for their youthful exuberance and might helping move plant friends (and pots, photography equipment, potting medium, plant stands, and more) in and out of locations.

To Danielle Dirks for the usage of her gorgeous Detroit Airbnb units as the featured locations, and also for her assistance with being a model for a few pictures. To Tim Travis and Jim Slezinski for allowing us to use their gorgeous houseplants, containers, and garden center for photo shoots. To Jay Atwater and Chelsea Steinkopf for allowing their plant friends to be supermodels. To Kelly Ardito for her extraordinary photo assistance on this project. To Chelsea Steinkopf for her assistance with photo shoots.

I also would like to thank some wonderful people who were of much assistance with the plant list and the botanical lingo: Justin Hancock from Costa Farms; Brett Weiss, horticulturist from the Vivarium; and Jeremy Kemp from the Belle Isle Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory. To my good friend Nancy Szerlag, who assisted with technical potting medium and fertilizer questions and also with editing.

Of course, thank you to my family and friends for putting up with me while writing another book and all that it entails—forgotten appointments, missed events, and added stress. To my heavenly Father for bringing this opportunity my way and getting me through every minute of every day.

And though he is last, he is the most important: my husband, John, my rock, my biggest fan, and the love of my life. Thank you for putting up with the house that hasn’t looked its best since the first book and even more houseplants than before taking over the window space. Did you want to see into the backyard anyway? Love you!”

  • © 2019 Quarto Publishing Group USA Inc.
  • Text © 2019 Lisa Eldred Steinkopf
  • First published in 2019 by Cool Springs Press,
  • an imprint of The Quarto Group,
  • 100 Cummings Center Suite 265D,
  • Beverly, MA 01915 USA.
  • T (978) 282-9590
  • F (978) 283-2742
  • www.QuartoKnows.com

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form without written permission of the copyright owners. All images in this book have been reproduced with the knowledge and prior consent of the artists concerned, and no responsibility is accepted by producer, publisher, or printer for any infringement of copyright or otherwise, arising from the contents of this publication. Every effort has been made to ensure that credits accurately comply with information supplied. We apologize for any inaccuracies that may have occurred and will resolve inaccurate or missing information in a subsequent reprinting of the book.

Cool Springs Press titles are also available at discount for retail, wholesale, promotional, and bulk purchase. For details, contact the Special Sales Manager by email at specialsales@quarto.com or by mail at The Quarto Group, Attn: Special Sales Manager, 100 Cummings Center Suite 265D, Beverly, MA 01915 USA.

  • Digital edition: 978-0-7603-6452-9
  • Hardcover edition: 978-0-7603-6451-2
  • Digital edition published in 2019
  • Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
  • Names: Steinkopf, Lisa Eldred, 1966- author.
  • Title: Grow in the dark : how to choose and care for low-light houseplants / Lisa Eldred Steinkopf.
  • Description: Beverly, MA : Cool Springs Press, 2019. | Includes index.
  • Identifiers: LCCN 2018050845 | ISBN 9780760364512 (paper over board)
  • Subjects: LCSH: House plants. | Plants–Effect of light on.
  • Classification: LCC SB419 .S7274 2019 | DDC 635.9/65–dc23
  • LC record available at https://lccn.loc.gov/2018050845
  • Acquiring Editor: Alyssa Bluhm
  • Art Director: Cindy Samargia Laun
  • Photography: Heather Saunders
  • Cover and Page Design: Evelin Kasikov

Tiếng Việt 

Index

A

  • acclimation, 17, 41
  • Aglaonema spp., 79
  • air circulation, 34
  • airplane plant, 149
  • alligator fern, 85
  • angel vine, 55
  • ‘Anita’ Dracaena, 57
  • Anthurium plowmanii, 61
  • aphids, 48
  • arrowhead vine, 59
  • Aspenium nidus, 63
  • Aspidistra elatior, 75

B

  • bamboo, 111
  • barroom plant, 75
  • bear’s paw fern, 67
  • bird’s nest anthurium, 61
  • bird’s nest fern, 63
  • bird’s nest snake plant, 65
  • black jewel orchid, 103
  • black sooty mold, 51
  • blue star fern, 67
  • Boston fern, 69
  • bottom watering, 29
  • bowstring hemp plant, 147
  • brake fern, 71
  • brown leaf tips, 51
  • Buddhist pine, 137
  • button fern, 73
  • buying plants, 40, 53

C

  • cabbage anthurium, 61
  • cachepots, 26
  • Calathea makoyana, 129
  • Calathea ornata, 135
  • Calathea rufibarba, 151
  • cast-iron plant, 75
  • ‘Cebu Blue’ pothos, 77
  • Chamaedorea elegans ‘Bella,’ 123
  • Chinese evergreen, 79
  • Chinese water bamboo, 111
  • Chlorophytum comosum, 149
  • Cissus rhombifolia ‘Ellen Danica,’ 93
  • climbing fig, 83
  • club moss, 127
  • cold damage, 51
  • containers, 41
  • corn plant, 81
  • creeping fig, 83
  • crocodile fern, 85
  • crown rot, 50
  • curly bamboo, 111
  • Cyrtomium falcatum, 99

D

  • devil’s ivy, 141
  • Dieffenbachia spp., 87
  • diseases, 50
  • Dracaena fragrans, 81
  • Dracaena reflexa ‘Anita,’ 57
  • Dracaena sanderiana, 111
  • drainage, 44
  • dust, 46
  • dwarf snake plant, 65

E

  • electric lights, 17
  • English ivy, 89
  • environmental problems, 51
  • Epipremnum aureum, 141
  • Epipremnum pinnatum ‘Cebu Blue,’ 77
  • ET fern, 95
  • European ivy, 89
  • exposures, 10

F

  • fairy washboard, 91
  • Fatsia japonica, 101
  • fertilizers/fertilizing, 23, 31
  • Ficus pumila, 83
  • fishbone fern, 107
  • Fittonia spp., 117
  • freckle face plant, 139
  • frosty fern, 127
  • fruit salad plant, 113
  • fungus gnats, 50
  • fuzzy pheasant feather, 151

G

  • garden-level apartments, 13
  • Gasteria carinata var. verrucosa, 119
  • golden pothos, 141
  • good luck plant, 65
  • goosefoot, 59
  • grape ivy, 93
  • green worm fern, 95
  • grooming, 39, 46
  • grub fern, 95

H

  • Haworthia limifolia, 91
  • heartleaf, 97
  • heartleaf philodendron, 97
  • Hedera helix, 89
  • herringbone plant, 143
  • holly fern, 99
  • honeydew, 48, 49
  • houseplant domestication, 42
  • humidity, 24, 34
  • hydration, 23, 24
  • Hypoestes phyllostachya, 139

I

  • illumination, 9, 16. See also electric lights; sunlight
  • immersion watering, 29
  • ivy, 89

J

  • Japanese aralia, 101
  • Japanese holly fern, 99
  • jewel orchid, 103

K

  • kangaroo fern, 105
  • kangaroo paw fern, 105

L

  • leaf discoloration, 51
  • leaf drop, 51
  • leaf spots, 50
  • lemon button fern, 107
  • lights see electric lights
  • ‘Little Hope’ philodendron, 109
  • lucky bamboo, 111
  • Ludisia discolor, 103

M

  • macronutrients, 31
  • maintenance, 39
  • Maranta spp., 135, 143
  • Mattress vine, 55
  • mealybugs, 48
  • Microsorum diversifolium, 105
  • Microsorum musifolium, 85
  • “moisture meters, 24
  • money plant, 141
  • Monstera deliciosa, 109, 113
  • mosaic plant, 117
  • Moses in the cradle, 115
  • mother of thousands, 133
  • mother-in-law’s tongue, 147
  • Muehlenbeckia complexa, 55

N

  • Nephrolepis cordifolia, 107
  • Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Bostoniensis,’ 69
  • nerve plant, 117
  • nest fern, 63
  • nitrogen, 31

O

  • oak-leaf ivy, 93
  • ox-tongue, 119
  • oyster plant, 115

P

  • parallel peperomia, 121
  • parlor ivy, 97
  • parlor palm, 123
  • peace lily, 125
  • peacock moss, 127
  • peacock plant, 129
  • Pellaea rotundifolia, 73
  • Pellionia pulchra, 155
  • Peperomia puteolata, 121
  • pests, 47
  • pH, 51
  • Philodendron bipinnatifidum, 109
  • Philodendron hederaceum, 97
  • Philodendron mayoi ‘Tahiti,’ 131
  • Philodendron selloum, 109
  • Phlebodium aureum, 67
  • phosphorus, 31
  • phototropism, 15
  • piggyback plant, 133
  • pin stripe calathea, 135
  • pin stripe prayer plant, 135
  • plant tags, 15, 24
  • plum pine, 137
  • Podocarpus macrophyllus var. maki, 137
  • polka dot plant, 139
  • Polypodium formosanum, 95
  • potassium, 32
  • pothos, 141”
  • potting medium, 45
  • powdery mildew, 50
  • prayer plant, 143
  • problem solving, 47
  • Pteris cretica, 71

R

  • rabbit tracks, 143
  • radiator plant, 121
  • rattlesnake plant, 129
  • repotting, 41. See also up-potting
  • Rhoeo spathacea, 115
  • ribbon plant, 111
  • Rimland, Mike, 42
  • round leaf fern, 73

S

  • Sansevieria trifasciata, 147
  • Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Hahnii,’ 65
  • saucers, 29, 44
  • scale, 48
  • Scindapsus pictus ‘Silver Satin,’ 145
  • Selaginella kraussiana ‘Variegata,’ 127
  • silver net plant, 117
  • silver ribbon fern, 71
  • ‘Silver Satin’ pothos, 145
  • skylights, 10
  • snake plant, 147
  • southern yew, 137
  • spath, 125
  • Spathiphyllum spp., 125
  • spider mites, 49
  • spider plant, 149
  • spiderwort, 153
  • spike moss, 127
  • split-leaf philodendron, 109
  • sunlight, 10, 20
  • sweetheart vine, 97
  • Swiss cheese plant, 109, 113
  • Syngonium podopyllum, 59

T

  • table fern, 71
  • temperature, 34, 51
  • Thaumatophyllum bipinnatifidum ‘Little Hope,’ 109
  • Tolmiea menziesii, 133
  • top watering, 28
  • Tradescantia zebrina, 153
  • troubleshooting, 47

U

  • up-potting, 43. See also repotting

V

  • vacation watering, 29
  • variegated plants, 14
  • velvet calathea, 151

W

  • wandering Jew, 153
  • watering, 23, 24
  • watermelon vine, 155
  • white sail plant, 125
  • whiteflies, 50
  • wick-watering, 29
  • wilting, 51

Z

  • Zamioculcas zamiifolia, 157
  • Zanzibar gem, 157
  • zebra plant, 129
  • zz plant, 157

About the author

Lisa is the Houseplant Guru, who features all things houseplants on her blog www.thehouseplantguru.com. She grew up in rural mid-Michigan, where being immersed in nature every day nurtured her love for all things outdoors, especially plants. Living down the road from her grandma meant spending a lot of time there and watching her lavish attention on her African violets and other houseplants. This is where the love for them began.

Being an avid outdoor gardener as well has led to a column for Michigan Gardening magazine and frequent articles for Michigan Gardener magazine. In addition, she has written for HGTVgardens.com, Real Simple magazine, and the houseplant section of Allan Armitage’s Greatest Perennials and Annuals app. She lectures extensively around the country, spreading the word about the importance of houseplants and how to care for them, and has been interviewed online, in print, and on TV and radio about houseplants.

Lisa worked for more than a decade at Steinkopf Nursery and Garden Center as the annuals and houseplants manager. She is a member of numerous plant groups, including the Michigan Cactus and Succulent Society, the Town and Country African Violet Society, the Southeast Michigan Bromeliad Society, and the Hardy Plant Society.

She cares for hundreds of houseplants in her home in the Detroit area, where she lives with her husband, John, and two adorable kitties. She loves to visit conservatories during her travels and is a volunteer at the Belle Isle Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory in Detroit. Lisa feels that every home, office, and apartment should have a houseplant, and that there is a houseplant for every situation. A green thumb is something anyone can have because everyone needs a little green in their lives!”

Acknowledgments

First, I must thank my editor Alyssa Bluhm for bringing her idea to me and asking me to write this book. She felt there needed to be a book for people who live in low-light situations, helping them find plants that work and learn how to make them happy. I loved working with you! Thank you to the team at Quarto for bringing our ideas to life.

Secondly, I need to thank Heather Saunders for adding her beautiful pictures and unique perspective to the book. It was a joy to work with you! We would both like to thank her sons Harrison and Julian Saunders for their youthful exuberance and might helping move plant friends (and pots, photography equipment, potting medium, plant stands, and more) in and out of locations.

To Danielle Dirks for the usage of her gorgeous Detroit Airbnb units as the featured locations, and also for her assistance with being a model for a few pictures. To Tim Travis and Jim Slezinski for allowing us to use their gorgeous houseplants, containers, and garden center for photo shoots. To Jay Atwater and Chelsea Steinkopf for allowing their plant friends to be supermodels. To Kelly Ardito for her extraordinary photo assistance on this project. To Chelsea Steinkopf for her assistance with photo shoots.

I also would like to thank some wonderful people who were of much assistance with the plant list and the botanical lingo: Justin Hancock from Costa Farms; Brett Weiss, horticulturist from the Vivarium; and Jeremy Kemp from the Belle Isle Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory. To my good friend Nancy Szerlag, who assisted with technical potting medium and fertilizer questions and also with editing.

Of course, thank you to my family and friends for putting up with me while writing another book and all that it entails—forgotten appointments, missed events, and added stress. To my heavenly Father for bringing this opportunity my way and getting me through every minute of every day.

And though he is last, he is the most important: my husband, John, my rock, my biggest fan, and the love of my life. Thank you for putting up with the house that hasn’t looked its best since the first book and even more houseplants than before taking over the window space. Did you want to see into the backyard anyway? Love you!”

  • © 2019 Quarto Publishing Group USA Inc.
  • Text © 2019 Lisa Eldred Steinkopf
  • First published in 2019 by Cool Springs Press,
  • an imprint of The Quarto Group,
  • 100 Cummings Center Suite 265D,
  • Beverly, MA 01915 USA.
  • T (978) 282-9590
  • F (978) 283-2742
  • www.QuartoKnows.com

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form without written permission of the copyright owners. All images in this book have been reproduced with the knowledge and prior consent of the artists concerned, and no responsibility is accepted by producer, publisher, or printer for any infringement of copyright or otherwise, arising from the contents of this publication. Every effort has been made to ensure that credits accurately comply with information supplied. We apologize for any inaccuracies that may have occurred and will resolve inaccurate or missing information in a subsequent reprinting of the book.

Cool Springs Press titles are also available at discount for retail, wholesale, promotional, and bulk purchase. For details, contact the Special Sales Manager by email at specialsales@quarto.com or by mail at The Quarto Group, Attn: Special Sales Manager, 100 Cummings Center Suite 265D, Beverly, MA 01915 USA.

  • Digital edition: 978-0-7603-6452-9
  • Hardcover edition: 978-0-7603-6451-2
  • Digital edition published in 2019
  • Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
  • Names: Steinkopf, Lisa Eldred, 1966- author.
  • Title: Grow in the dark : how to choose and care for low-light houseplants / Lisa Eldred Steinkopf.
  • Description: Beverly, MA : Cool Springs Press, 2019. | Includes index.
  • Identifiers: LCCN 2018050845 | ISBN 9780760364512 (paper over board)
  • Subjects: LCSH: House plants. | Plants–Effect of light on.
  • Classification: LCC SB419 .S7274 2019 | DDC 635.9/65–dc23
  • LC record available at https://lccn.loc.gov/2018050845
  • Acquiring Editor: Alyssa Bluhm
  • Art Director: Cindy Samargia Laun
  • Photography: Heather Saunders
  • Cover and Page Design: Evelin Kasikov
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