Transplanting Bamboo Palm
I live in an westerly facing apt. which gets sunlight reflected from the building across the street only for about a couple of hours a day. The article on your website about this plant said that it should be transplanted into a larger pot than what it's sold in at the nursery, and then be placed bright indirect sunlight. Since my apt. gets mostly low light, will I kill a bamboo palm if I attempt to buy one and then transplant it and keep it in my apt.?
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You can use a grow light to help sublimate sunlight.
You may however do better with a plant that grows well in low light situations.
These articles will help you.