which of these can take shifts in a windowless bathroom?
One of my goals recently has been to arrange my potted plants so that I can see at least one wherever I hang out in my apartment if possible. I was thinking of putting some of the plants that can take it one at a time (a week each perhaps) into a windowless bathroom. Then I can take it back to a window and take another, so that they each do get the light they need to survive. Which ones can tolerate such treatment, you think, if any? I have:
clivia (not in bloom)
bird's nest fern
maranta (the red-veined kind)
philodendron "prince of orange"
ficus burgundy / rubber plant
pothos "marble queen"
cycad / sago palm
Rhoeo Ã¢ÂÂTricolorÃ¢ÂÂ / Ã¢ÂÂMoses-In-The-CradleÃ¢ÂÂ
Which others should I consider getting that can take this kind of treatment? Should the shifts last a week, more or less? How much after a shift like that, at least, should they each stay close to a window, so that they are reasonably healthy?
I do not have outdoor space. The windows are north or west facing, big, so the apartment is light, but they almost never get direct light because I am on the second floor surrounded by 23-story buildings and a high tree in front.