I have a north/northwest facing window that I haven’t ever gotten around to putting curtains on. I just can’t find a style I like. So I decided instead that I’d like to put brackets up and a rod across it and hand 3-4 plants. I love plants and have quite a few in the house, but I don’t know what would work well for this low-light situation. During the summer, it gets a couple hours of direct sunlight, but in the winter it gets no direct sunlight at all. I have two Christmas cactus on a table in front of the window, and they love it, but they’re too big to hang.
What would you recommend as good hanging plants for a low-light window? I really don’t like philodendron. Other than that, I’m open to anything. One other note though - we keep our house pretty cold in the winter and warm in the summer so it needs to be able to withstand ~55 overnight in the winter and then up to ~78 in the summer. (Orchids don’t like the conditions I provide so I know I can’t handle really finicky plants.)