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Often the space is windy due to the height of the building or proximity to surrounding buildings, and most plants hate wind. Light levels are another difficulty – because of the floor above, many balconies are not open to the sky, and this creates deep shade. This may then be complicated by blasts of low morning or afternoon sun. Other spaces may

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