In today’s video, we look at ‘WAYS TO USE YOUR GREENHOUSE THROUGH WINTER’. We’ll go through plants you can grow in the greenhouse at 5°C, then at 12°C then finally at 18°C, so most budgets will be covered.
Many people pay a lot of money to buy a greenhouse, but then leave it practically derelict over the winter months, which in the UK, can easily last up to 6 months. Wouldn’t it be better to make good use of it and still get your plant and bloom ‘fix’? If the drab winter months and lack of outside gardening activity is getting you down, take a look at what you’re missing out on, and ‘could’ be growing in your greenhouse this winter!
I hope you enjoy this video!
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0:00 WAYS TO USE YOUR GREENHOUSE THROUGH WINTER – which plants can you grow?: INTRO
2:00 Traditional greenhouse uses in temperate climates
3:38 What to grow in a greenhouse in winter (minimum of 5°C)?
4:28 How do you control the temperature on a greenhouse?
7:51 What to grow in a greenhouse in winter (at a minimum of 12°C)?
8:00 Growing Cyclamen Persicum in a greenhouse
8:57 Which orchids will grow at 12°C?
9:07 Growing Oncidiums in a greenhouse
9:47 Growing Dendrobiums in a greenhouse
10:22 Grow Phragmipediums in a greenhouse
10:51 Growing tropical ferns in a greenhouse
11:07 Growing carnivorous plants in a greenhouse
13:15 Growing Cephalotus in a greenhouse
14:38 Growing Streptocarpus in a greenhouse through winter
15:28 Streptocarpus Dunii
16:36 Growing Pelargoniums in a greenhouse through winter
18:34 What to grow in a greenhouse at a minimum of 18°C?
19:18 Growing Mandevilla in a greenhouse
19:40 Growing lowland carnivorous plants in a greenhouse through winter
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