Winter-Flowering Plants In My Greenhouse

Martha Stewart
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I have been an avid plant collector most of my life and over the years, I have amassed quite a large and diverse collection of tropical plants, many of which are unusual and some quite rare. I feel very fortunate to have a greenhouse to house this collection of plants; it really is a sanctuary for me, especially in the cold winter months when I am yearning to garden. Plants are a constant source of joy for me. There’s no better time than during the dreary winter months to tend to them. It’s also the time when many of them are in flower, which is even more reason to spend time admiring their exquisite blooms.

Let me show you what’s blooming in my greenhouse: Rex begonias, African violets, orchids, suculents, bromeliads, clivia, Japanese camellia, citrus.

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