Monday, June 1, 2020
These greenhouses with a traditional Victorian look are a stylish addition to the home and garden. Our greenhouses are available in different sizes and designs, with which you can easily and quickly control conditions such as ventilation, water and sunlight. The small greenhouses offer (young) plants, cuttings or seedlings protection against external influences.
Our collection of Victorian greenhouses consists of 3 sizes. They are made of zinc and glass and have a roof that can be opened. Because of the handle on the roof, the greenhouse can easily be transported and moved.
The Victorian greenhouses
The smallest greenhouse in size S is 15,4 cm long, 29,3 cm wide and 26,4 cm high. It has the ideal size for on the windowsill or any other spot in the house with lots of sunshine.
The greenhouse in size M is 35,cm by 19 cm by 32,7 cm and is beautiful for the table. It is also very nice to combine the two sizes of greenhouses together.
The largest version (XL) is a greenhouse of 56.8cm long, 29cm wide and 114.5cm high. This is because it rests on (green) legs. The rack that is attached at the bottom of the legs also offers space to place even more and larger flower pots.
Attributes for in and around the greenhouse
With different pots and plants, these cute greenhouses can be given a creative interpretation. Terracotta pots, for example, are completely in line with the atmosphere and the old style that the greenhouses radiate.
A small greenhouse is often used for breeding purposes. But an indoor greenhouse can also be used to grow small edible crops such as chives. That's why it is great to offer seed mixtures, so that your customer can immediately start growing his own crops.
Tip when using the greenhouse: The plants in the greenhouse need to "air out" regularly, so open the cover once a day for sufficient ventilation.
The photo at the right side is from @charlottewessels who send us this picture of her greenhouse!
Beardboy got me a miniature victorian greenhouse for my Birthday ❤❤❤ I am obsessed! so are my baby tomatoes, eggplants and courgettes 🌱