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Q.Front Door Decor

Zone 98109 | Anonymous added on August 28, 2021 | Answered

I’m looking at different things I could do to make a pretty front door piece. My front door is down some steps where the stairwell is open and exposed to whatever light can come in as well as a front door area wall sconce that stays on when it gets darker. I should also mention I live in Seattle. So this decor would get zero direct light, just heavily filtered “light” as it escapes down the stairs. Could I still potentially use moss? With that kind of low light and it does dip to the 30s here in winter. Alternately, can moss survive in a windowless bathroom? Thank you!

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Answered on September 9, 2021

That might be enough light for moss. It only needs light shade. In a windowless bathroom, you could add artificial light.

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