Answer: The room you describe sounds delightful and should be warm and bright all year around. That's good for people and for tropical and sub-tropical plants, but not for most landscape plants, which rely on the changing seasons to grow and flower. Jacaranda won't grow indoors; it need direct sunlight to perform. Why not investigate some tropical plants? Citrus trees will blossom and set fruit indoors; hibiscus can be trained into a tree form; lots of foliage plants such as ficus will be happy indoors. For bursts of color you can plant annuals, changing them with the season. Choose shade-tolerant annuals such as impatiens and pansies for best results.
Hope this information helps guide you in the right direction. Best wishes with your indoor garden!
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