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Interior plant care

 
     
 
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A Glimpse of Horticulture
  The nature of horticulture
  The plant
  Outdoor food production
  Vegetable production
  Fruit production
  Service horticulture
  Establishment
  Interior plant care
  Organic growing

Interior spaces in offi ces, shops, schools, etc., can be decorated and benefi t from an enhanced atmosphere using mobile containers. Often carried out on contract, this work requires all the care of protected cropping with particular attention being paid to watering (often spaces are centrally heated) and lighting (plants are often pushed into an otherwise little-used dark corner). The problems of transport and associated variation in environmental conditions must also be considered.

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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