plant in an airconditined room....

@asliah (11149)
Philippines
December 16, 2012 10:59am CST
greetings to all of you guys,i have an indoor plants who bare small flowers and fruits,i placed it to my room that is air conditioned in the evening and fresh air in the morning,but lately flowers and fruits of my plants gradually fall one by one in every other day,i don't know if the air conditioned have affect my plants,is any one here in mylot can help me if an air conditioned room affect indoor plants?thanks in advance.
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• India
14 Feb 13
Thanks for sharing dear friend I am sure the air conditioner is responsible. P lants need fresh air and natural sunlight to grow. HAPPY VALENTINE DAY.
• China
30 Apr 13
Hello Professor. We think alike on this point that plants should grow naturally in the open air for the sake of their healthy growth. I have some plants in my pots and they are always placed outside my apartment to receive fresh air and natural sunshine. They grow well there unless when late autumn comes that causes their leaves to fall. Take care.
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• India
30 Apr 13
Right
@williamjisir (22909)
• China
30 Apr 13
I think that they will get affected by the air-conditioned room for its not being placed in a normal state of condition for its growth. If it is placed outside, it will grow naturally the way it grows. Why not have a try, please?
@Micmac (6484)
21 Dec 12
The cold air from the air condition can make a plant wilt. I know I had a big palm tree sitting on my sunroom and when the weather was chilly the leaves fell off and it turned from green to yellow and eventually it just didn't come back to normal and wilted. I had forgotten to take it inside to another room where it was a warmer room temperature. Ever since that happened I don't keep my plants in my sunroom during colder weather because some plants do not thrive when exposed to cold air. Juse like an air conditioner, some plants can't survive under cold temperature.
@subhojit10 (7384)
• India
16 Dec 12
Thanks a ton for sharing this discussion. Well i can understand your situation and i know u must be confused regarding this. I would like to say u that every plant requires water, sunshine and air. If u keep them in an ac room then they might be getting water and air but not sunshine and a deficiency of any one of the three will never go well with the plant. Besides i would like u to take that plant to your backyard so that it gets all of the above three nutrients and i am sure it will be saved. What say?