Can ANY plant with green foliage survive in a sealed office environment with fluoroscent lighting from 8am to 5:30pm and air conditioning set at 20 C? For the remaining time, there is basically zero light and limited air flow.
We have a very sterile office which has been designed to effectively be a Faraday cage and we'd love to introduce some real, living greenery to make it less bleak.
In case it is not already clear, there are no windows and there is definitely no natural light.
My question is a bit similar to the three following but more inclusive. In our case we're really not fussed at the absence of flowers or fruit, but it must be able to survive on fluoroescent light alone.
- Low maintenance plant choices for apartment (indoor) living?
- Is there a fruiting plant that can grow in an office environment?
- What flowering bulbs grow well in an air conditioned office environment?
If there are any suitable candidates, please rank in order of indoor-toughness.