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Most of your indoor houseplants are tropical plants. For these plants to really thrive, they need an atmosphere as close to their natural tropical environment as possible. Greenhouse gardening provides an easy and fun way to give your indoor house plants the perfect environment in which to grow and thrive.

Greenhouse Gardening - Bromeliad Plant, Vriesea

As an interior plant care professional, I have often brought old, worn out plants home to revive. They do okay inside the house but indoor space and good light is limited. Greenhouse gardening was the perfect solution.

Since we replace bromeliad plants on a regular schedule, I would bring home the old plants, remove the "pups" and plant them into their own containers. The greenhouse is the only place I have been able to get a bromeliad to produce a flower. It did take about one and a half to two years for the new bromeliads to bloom.

Plants do much better with the additional light, warmth and humidity. Flowering plants that no longer have blooms will actually flower in a greenhouse and you can grow your own organic food all year round. Some great books that can help you be a growing success at greenhouse gardening!

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