High Maintenance House Plant
I have yet another question:
My husband loves plants and gardening. The problem is he wants to be too hands on. He always wants to DO something and as a result has killed more plants by overcare than most people do by neglect.
That's not to say he can't care for plants. As a child he grew a grapefruit tree from a seed. It lived until very recently when it died after we had been on vacation. We never figured out what went wrong (maybe the house-sitter turned the heat up too high?), but when we came back most of the leaves were brown and dry and it never recovered.
Anyway, I was hoping for some suggestions on high maintenance house plants. Something he would at least have to inspect on a daily basis. It would be even better if something needed to be done daily, or nearly daily.
Our brightest light level is bright indirect light. For bright direct light it would have to enjoy warm dry air as the electric heaters in our apartment are directly below the windows (hence why all of my plants are at least a couple feet from the window). And since we have a large fish tank the air tends to be more humid than dry (even in winter).