If you are looking to expand your gardening hobby to a year round activity, you may have purchased one of many available hobby greenhouses. They serve you with the protection needed to keep your plants and shrubs healthy all year long. Many new greenhouse owners are curious about what plants and shrubs they can grow with their new purchase. Basically there is little change to what you can grow with the greenhouse.
It is important to remember, if you can’t grow it outside, you are probably not going to be able to grow it in the greenhouse. If the soil in your area is not conducive to growing certain things, the greenhouse you use will not allow them to grow either. Unless you fill your greenhouse with vitamin fortified soil, many of the same plants and shrubs you grow outside should be used.
Although the greenhouse is great at providing shelter from the elements for your plants, it does not work best as a substitute for sunlight. Any plants that require huge amounts of sunlight should be avoided. These plants should only be attempted in the best of conditions, and unless you are able to get the sun to fit under your greenhouse, you will not be able to provide them with the sunlight they need.
A common rule for green house users, is to only plant the same things you would plant in your outdoor garden or flower bed. This will provide you with the results you are looking for and make your hobby enjoyable. The plants you typically use outside are probably the ones you are the most knowledgeable about. You should know what goes into the proper care of these plants and you are aware of the watering practices needed to ensure their production.
If you are a hobby greenhouse user, you should think a lot about what plants you should try to grow. A successful green house will determine greatly on what is grown inside of it and your happiness does too.