Is this enough light for Philodendron hederaceum?
I'd like to dress up this ledge that separates my living room from my dining room with something green and viney. I bought these self-watering window boxes (and some potting mix made specifically for self-watering containers to allow more wicking) to limit the number of times I have to drag the ladder out of the garage to water whatever I plant up there. (I'm currently hunting for a cool looking 8 foot wooden ladder that is attractive enough to prop against the wall in the living room, like a vintage library ladder except without rollers. So far all the ones I've found are meant for hanging magazines or blankets and aren't safe to actually climb, so that could take a while.) I love the look of Heart Leaf Philodendron, but I don't have much experience with houseplants and I'm not sure whether I have enough light in this spot for it to thrive. As you can see, the ledge has windows on either side of it, but they are all about 12 feet away. We also have solar screens on our windows, so this is about as bright as the rooms ever get. The dining room window faces SE and the living room windows face NW. These pictures were taken at noon without any lights on, but this room stays about the same brightness most of the day. Am I asking for trouble by planting P hederaceum up there? Is there another low-maintenance, beginner-friendly, low-light tolerant vine that might be better in this situation? Thanks in advance for any suggestions or input!