The New Winter Decor Trend: Plant Lovers Show Off Their Incredible INDOOR Greenhouses – Including One That Takes Up The Whole Living Room
- Plant lovers have shown their incredible indoor greenhouses online
- Greenhouses are becoming more and more popular as people try to keep plants all year round
- Due to the warm, moist environment, tropical plants do not die in the cold
Plant lovers have shown off their incredible indoor greenhouses, including one that takes up the entire living room.
The photos were posted in a popular Facebook group for houseplant enthusiasts after a woman asked to see everyone’s setups.
Dozens of people from across Australia responded, sharing photos of their indoor greenhouse setups, humidifiers, grow lights and heating systems.
Plant lovers have shown off their incredible indoor greenhouses, including one that takes up the entire living room
They also talked about the lamps they use to grow their plants
The plant lovers all had different setups, but most admitted that their rare plants were prioritized
“I’ve put mine in a grow tent with lights and humidifiers and everything is blooming,” said one man.
Others just let their photos explain everything.
Some of the greenhouses were built into bookcases and china cabinets, while others resembled typical outdoor arrangements.
A man showed a large plastic greenhouse that took up an entire room in his downtown apartment.
This man showed off his room-sized green house that also has an impressive lighting setup
The original poster wanted to know which plants people often put in their greenhouses.
“I keep my rare plants and some alocasias here in the hopes they don’t go dormant,” one woman explained, showing her glass-shelf Ikea cabinet.
‘I usually keep my peperomia, alocasia and begonias in mine. I must warn you that greenhouses are very addictive! One is never enough, I’m planning my second now,” added another.
Others showed off their new greenhouses with this cabinet from Ikea, very popular with the plant lovers in the group
Some people use heaters and lamps in their greenhouses to carefully control the temperature at all times
And people were very detailed about their treasury operations.
‘Usually all my variegated and expensive plants go in here. I use 27 watt full spectrum aqua bulbs set in timer. I also have a small aquarium on the bottom for moisture and moss wall. It has a humidity of 85-90 percent and at the moment it is quite cold in Sydney,” explains one woman.
‘Humidifier at the bottom turns on for 15 minutes every hour. Heat the mat at the top for plant cuttings, a small fan at the bottom to circulate air. No grow lights as this is in an atrium with a lot of light. But I’ll have two light strips if I ever take this cabinet out of the atrium,” said one woman.