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Growing Plants in Your Conservatory Garden


Raising indoor plants is considered as a pleasurable and soothing activity for people who love gardening.In fact, it has even become one of the main reasons for building a conservatory for years. If you are an avid gardener and if you already have a conservatory, then you may consider brightening it up with a few plants you love.



Here are some things that you should know on how to grow plants in your conservatory garden.


Types of plants you can grow in your conservatory garden


If you want a conservatory with various types of plants, here are recommended ones that you can grow and maintain easily.


·         Bougainvilleas

·         Oleander

·         The Chinese banana

·         Succulent and cacti bulbs

·         Fig trees

·         Lemon plants

·         Passion fruit plants

·         Chilli plants


Amount of light needed by conservatory plants


These indoor plants, especially the exotic ones, need more light compared to other types of plants. The amount of light the sun sheds during mid-summer times in the UK may be enough for them if they are planted in a south-facing conservatory. On the other hand, plants grown in north-facing conservatories may not need shading.


Watering your conservatory plants


The amount of water each plant needs depends on its type, light, and temperature. If the type of plant has more leaves, then it requires more water than the other plant types that have fewer leaves. In most cases, plants need water once a day especially during spring and summer seasons, and much less during winter months.


In addition to that, do not overwater your plants because its roots have tendency to rot quickly and it will result to substantially damaging it. Under watering your plants is also harmful to it.


As a solution to that, you may invest in some small plant water feeders. You just have to place it in your pot and gradually drop water to the plants. This will help you a lot especially at times when you forget to water them or you are often out of the house.


Hence, are you now ready to grow plants in your own conservatory garden? You can make use of this information in building your own conservatory garden. And by the time you have a conservatory garden, you should look after your plants and make sure that you water and nourish them with fertiliser, especially during summer and spring seasons when they are growing the fastest.

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