The Morning Glory (ipomeoa) is a quick growing, fairly self-sufficient vine. It produces beautiful flowers, and also just happens to produce seeds that contain LSA. I've read a few guides, but they've all been about growing them outdoors, not indoors like I plan to do.
I plan on growing one or more plants inside an apartment year round. I figure I'll build, or buy, a lattice (similar to this http://www.propsunlimited.com/pics/P...w%20Greens.jpg) which I will position near a window. The window in the living room is quite large. About four feet high, and at least 12 feet in length, so it'll receive plenty of light. If necessary I may add an artificial light source.
I have an all-purpose plant nutrition liquid so nutrients shouldn't be a problem. I have a vine in a pot that is growing quite nicely now that I plan on moving to the lattice.
Is there anything I need to watch out for? Will the growth cycle be adversely effected by the constant temperature and humidity in the apartment? I'm not experience in growing plants, so any tips or suggestions are very appreciated.
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