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Easy houseplant "tree" for medium light and dry conditions?

12-19-2017, 01:37 PM,
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Easy houseplant "tree" for medium light and dry conditions?
Hi,
       I'm looking for a new houseplant that will work well in a specific spot in my living room. I currently have a fiddle leaf fig in the spot, but I don't think it's very happy (dramatic leaning and seems droopy/dry in general, even though it still sprouts new leaves - advice here welcome, too!) so I may move that to a better spot and am looking for something else.

I'd like something with a "tree" look to it, but want to make sure that whatever I pick will tolerate the conditions of that spot. I like the looks of the rubber tree, arboricola tree (dwarf umbrella), olive tree, or even citrus trees, but I am open to other options that would work under the conditions of this particular spot.

The conditions: There is a very large south-facing window about 8 feet from the spot. I have sheer curtains so the spot gets good morning to mid-afternoon light (though I'm in the PNW and winters can be dreary). Unfortunately I have a baseboard heater that runs along the length of my living room wall and near this plant spot, so the conditions are rather dry. I keep the house between 60-70 degrees most of the year, although it gets warmer in the summer. The spot is not near any door, but my apartment can get rather drafty just because it is old and in a location that can get windy in the winter.

I'm still pretty new to houseplant care, but do my best with a moisture meter stick, a spray bottle and fertilizer. Any help picking the right plant would be SO appreciated?

Please help.
Thanks!
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
References:http://forums2.gardenweb.com/discussions/5021214/easy-houseplant-tree-for-medium-light-and-dry-conditions

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