AU: Landera releases new compact mini greenhouse

Landera announces its newest product, the Plant Inn Compact Mini Greenhouse. With the dawn of high rise buildings and condominiums, most people do not have enough space to store and take care of their plants on. So, Landera now offers its newest innovative product. This is ideal for those plant lovers who do not have space to put their plants on or who may only need an "inn type" nursery.

The best part about this mini greenhouse is that it's made of polycarbonate and is lined with plastic glazing. There is a raised area for the plants to grow on plus an additional storage below it to store the gardening tools and accessories. The use of greenhouses to grow plants at home and anywhere else has already become an interesting hobby and pastime for some. Some will be amazed to see people from all ages growing different kinds of plants like flowers and vegetables. So, it is always better to have one's very own greenhouse even right at the porch. This mini greenhouse is ideal for those tight spaces in the balcony or even in the condominium building.

The Plant Inn Compact is particularly intended for scenarios where space is constrained such as those porches, house galleries and little patios. It might be sited anyplace against a divider, and its raised developing bunk territory offers simple access. The developing bunk has an inbuilt seepage framework, and the acceptable coated top could be completely opened, or secured an incompletely opened position for best temperature and stickiness control.

Supplied as a simple to-gather pack, the Plant Inn Compact smaller than expected nursery characteristics strong, without rust aluminium confining, galvanised steel base and for all intents and purpose unbreakable polycarbonate coating boards.

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