Wow! Continuing its groundbreaking and award-winning coverage of all things horticultural, the New York Times' City Room will be answering your questions about–growing plants indoors! At last, answers to the questions that have been hounding you for years about this vexing problem. Get over there now and submit your questions; answers will appear on Wednesday. To get the ball rolling, here are some of the questions we'd like to see answered:
- What type of water should I give my indoor plants?
- What colors are indoor plants available in?
- How quickly can I expect my indoor plant to grow?
- What should I do with my indoor plants at night?
- Do indoor plants have sex too, and if so, what kind of privacy do they require?
- I am considering attaching wheels to my indoor plants so I can take them on short walks around the neighborhood. Will the sweaters designed for small dogs work on a plant, or should I knit something just for them? If so, do you have a pattern?
- Can I get plant food delivered in New York City? If not, can I make my own?
- What is the typical resale value for an indoor plant?
Now it's your turn! Get over there and post your questions! Or–post ours and see if they get past the comment moderator!Posted by Amy Stewart on March 28, 2010 at 10:38 am, in the category Everybody's a Critic.