I was talking with a couple of CP experts, and they told me that a Cephalotus can grow as a tropical houseplant on a windowsill. Although I was skeptical I decided to give it a try.
This past year I moved one of my Cephalotus from the tenthouse to the kitchen windowsill, which faces the East. I monitor the humidity levels, and though they are low most of the time, this bugger really took off!
Just before transplanting in May 2012 (3" pot)
January 2013, growing in a 6" pot
So, needless to say, the experts were correct, Cephalotus can grow on your windowsill.
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