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This is a discussion on Anyone has cheese to go with my wine? within the Orchid Community Support and Special Projects forums, part of the The Outback Terrace Bar category; They did give me the reason: construction material has to be wood, brick, or stucco. ...
They did give me the reason: construction material has to be wood, brick, or stucco. I am switching the idea away from greenhouse as I was also worried about overheating during hot summer.
I am reading info on growing under lights, this might work for me as I only need bring them in starting Nov, and can bring them outside in Mar again.
Orchids can be grown inside under lights just fine. I've done it for years. I live on the second story of a condo building-no yard for a greenhouse or even a balcony. Depending on conditions, you may have to switch or modify what you grow but that is part of the fun. There are advantages to growing inside-usually less bug problems and you are closer to your orchids when they are living with you in the same house .