The apartments are often to be suspected to be too hostile for plant growth, as the indoor environment conditions are too warm and too dry.
Can plants grow healthy and luxuriant in a space designed for human accomodation?
The World Health Organization's standard for comfortable warmth is 18 °C for normal, healthy human adults who are appropriately dressed. The optimal room temperature usually depends on its use. Usually its around 18 to 22 degrees Celsius. A usual range for indoor humidity generally falls between 30 and 50 percent.
Is where a natural place on Earth with the similar natural conditions which are constant all year round?
For example, it is Swakopmund in Namibia. The place gets just over one cm of rain every year, with a consistent six to seven hours of sunshine every day. Average minimum temperatures are between 10 and 16 degrees Celsius, while the average maximums are within the 18 to 23 degree range.
As a conclusion-
we all do enjoy “Namibian” climate in our apartments, so do the plants originating from Namibia. All forms of crassulas, aloes, stapelias- are the perfect cohabitants to choose. They would feel happy they are back home and fine with no expected rain.