Window film

bludog1(4 Rockey Mt)April 14, 2003

I moved into a house in the mountains. I have never had such luck with house plants before. I have one problem I have one wall of windows facing east so from early morning until about two in the afternoon the sun beats down fading everything. I want to put a 50% window film on the windows will this hurt my plants? I would realy appreaciate any help. They are planning on installing next weekend I guess I would rather have faded furniture than lose my plants.

Thanks

bludog1

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rushaheart(z7-8 TX)

We put 70% window tint on our front windows (they face east) and my plants love it now! They seem to like the filtered light (cuts down on heat too).

Have you seen any difference in the film yet? We have BIG time!.

Hope things go well for you,
Paula

    Bookmark   April 23, 2003 at 5:10PM
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lucy(6)

I think it depends on what the plants are.

    Bookmark   April 24, 2003 at 4:06AM
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