There are three planters in the foyer of the office building I work at. They are large, triangular and could be quite attractive. Unfortunately they get no natural light or rain water! For the past couple of years I have been attempting to grow a variety of plants in them, with no luck. Can anyone suggest a plant or type of plant that would be hardy enough to survive?
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