Over the past few years, the British weather has somehow become even more erratic than it used to be; this has led to some slightly cooler summers and has in turn increased the popularity of the traditional conservatory.
If you’re a gardener, you may prefer being on your knees with your hand cultivator running through the soil, but it turns out that you may be able to benefit from a conservatory as well. There are a number of types of plant that will be simply unable to grow in the garden, due to the unpredictable, often cold weather, but will likely flourish in the warm glow of a conservatory.
Here are some things that you, as a plant lover, will enjoy from a new conservatory.
Views of the Garden, All Day, Every Day
The main advantage of a conservatory is that you can sit in it and look out at your splendid garden, even when the weather doesn’t permit actually being outside. For example, if it starts to rain but you were hoping to spend some time in the garden, staying in the conservatory gives you the illusion of being out there, whilst keeping you warm and dry – much better than simply looking out the kitchen window!
Even on a typical sunny summer day, the conservatory can be put to good use – relax in your conservatory furniture, put your feet up, open a good book and bask in the warmth and sunlight! Open up the door and let the breeze roll in and you’ve cooked up a beautiful atmosphere, reminiscent of a Mediterranean coastline.