I’ve spent a lot of money on my indoor garden, as have many other people in our small, eclectic, and passionate community. Indoor gardeners, botanists, and horticulturalists are some of the most knowledgeable people I’ve ever met, but as we cover a wide variety of topical things on this blog, I thought I’d dedicate this article to the importance of blinds. I recently got some roller blinds installed at my location so I can easily shut out the sun to prevent some of my more fragile indoor plants from wilting in my greenhouse. The new roller blinds I got my hands on are absolutely beautiful!
I spoke with a large number of interior design experts in the area and I didn’t expect to find anyone who knew anything about gardening indoors, but Interior Illusions Roller Blinds really knows their stuff. I spoke to Matthew from their company over the weekend, “The type of blinds you can install these days on your greenhouse or indoor garden are really neat. You can adjust them easily to shut out the sun whenever you need to protect your plants from the sunlight, He explained, “And while the majority of our clients are buying blinds for their home or their business, we also can install blinds in greenhouses and other indoor structures to keep your plants comfortable in the shade.”
I couldn’t be happier with the result, and I would recommend that you consider adding blinds to your indoor garden structure, especially if you working with a variety of plants that require only partial sunlight. Some plants just grow best in warm, shady environments with a little bit of sunlight here and there, and if you want to artificially adjust the cycles of nature with technology, blinds are an inexpensive and highly attractive solution that also beautify your greenhouse!