SnapSnapIOM wrote:Welcome to the forum
The first problem i can see you having is your plant being cooked in that window (if it recieves alot of direct sunlight ? ) You do not need the plastic bottle over the plant.
Yeah, I removed it, I decided it didn't need it. Some other sites told me that it was necessary but as I read more on different sites I learned this was less than true.
SnapSnapIOM wrote:The best thing i can tell you is to first remove that bottle and place it where it can get at least 4 hours of sunlight everyday more would be better
I studied the patterns of the sun, it doesn't work in my favor. All the windows in my apartment face the same side. This is the side the sun rises on, the only problem is the sun is only directly towards the windows for 1-2 hours then it's directly over the building.
SnapSnapIOM wrote:You also mentioned something about a growlight any more infomation on this ? Not knowing what you have i dont see the point with just one plant. How much decent sunlight does the plant get each day at the moment ?
I got a fluorescent light bulb from Rona. It's an energy saving light bulb, 23Watts, equivalent to 100Watts, 1600 Lumens, with a life of 12000 hours. And the question about sunlight is answered above.
This is what it looks like now, with artificial lighting: