A conservatory for plants and people

Photo by: James Licata

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lstarmersmith wrote:30 November 2015
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    Town and Country Conservatories
    4 years ago

    Hello Lstarmersmith, I'm sorry that I can't definitively answer your question. But, dwarf citrus and ficus are common small trees used in conservatories.
    Thanks for looking!

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Marianne Oden added this to Oden2 days ago

Kevin is thinking about a beam in the sunroom. That would allow hanging plants

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Sandra H. added this to Conservatory5 days ago

Sitting area, skylight, flooring

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Pradeep Gupta added this to Pradeep's Ideas1 July 2020

angled/raised at the top open/see-through window spacious

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Tiffany Traynor @ Closet Factory added this to Tiffany's ideas24 June 2020

I always wanted a she shed that had the look of an antique greenhouse.

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gayle637 added this to Sunroom6 June 2020

Love how the big potted plants transform the space - and something like this where the leaves start high on the stem wouldn't tempt the kitties. Also love how comfy that love seat looks. Plus - see how well it can work to have a comfy loveseat or couch and some wicker or cane or bali...

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