Arrowhead Plant - Growing Conditions

dkearbyJuly 8, 2011

I have an arrowhead plant that was growing well in a west window with a sheer diffusing the light; however, I had to more the plant to a eastern window with no sheer. Will this be too much direct light? If so, how far from the window should I place it? It has always done so well in the window, and tends to lean towards the window, but I am not sure in this new location if the light will be too direct. Any thoughts?

David

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dkearby

I am sorry, that should be "move" and "an eastern window".

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