Phaelenoposis orchids are incredibly easy to grow in a greenhouse. They are low maintenance plants which bloom for extended periods of time. Heating and cooling, combined with low light keeps them blooms for weeks at a time.
The blooms on elephant ear plants. Outside in Pennsylvania they rarely bloom because of frost, but inside a greenhouse they produce blooms. These long butter yellow petals are the blooms which will last several days. The elephant ears are grown inside a heated and cooled greenhouse twelve months a year.
Pictured above are Propagate succulents being held in a shoe box. Cardboard boxes retain moisture well act as excellent temporary homes until the plants are rooted. When it is time to transplant the succulents, the box will be recyced.
Pictured above is the Atlanta Botanical Garden. The garden’s orchid exhibit features a wooden pergola that spans the entire length of the room. Orchids are dangled from the pergola, hang onto tree limbs, and grow in flower pots. Everywhere you look there are orchids growing in the greenhouse.
Solar Innovations, Inc. recently visited Rawlings Botanical Garden a historic conservatory in Baltimore, MD. In this structure, beautiful orchids are displayed on hanging racks with Victorian steel architecture overhead.