Aubrey Miles and her mini greenhouse. Image: Instragram/@milesaubrey
LOOK: Aubrey Miles sets up indoor mini greenhouse to save her plants
INQUIRER.net / 07:56 PM May 05, 2021
With the scorching heat of the summer, plants suffer from dehydration and easily dry up and die.
Celebrity plantita Aubrey Miles thus thought of saving her plants by setting up a little indoor greenhouse for them, as shown in her Instagram page yesterday, May 4.
“Second time to get an indoor mini greenhouse for my plants. I remember I had one [eight] years ago for acclimating plants. Today I have a bigger, better looking greenhouse with storage underneath from @pot_a_rack,” she said as she gave fans a look at her neatly-arranged plants.
Miles explained that she is doing this as a solution to the intense heat that penetrates even inside their house and affecting the plants. This also led her to make adjustments on their use of the air conditioner, but she had to consider not letting her plants freeze to death so she chose an appropriate spot for them. This way, Miles can protect her plants from “too much breeze and give them enough light.”
“I love how this greenhouse can open from the top and on the side. Functional and stylish. For now all the divas will stay inside. No worries about the other plants. They got the big window that gets a lot of heat and sun,” she noted.
Three days ago, Miles also shared on her page some tips on how to take care of indoor and outdoor plants. She said she waters her indoor and outdoor plants, and applies a certain kind of mix for some of the outdoor plants. She checks them all everyday as she also uses the same organic sprays for both indoor and outdoor plants, to protect them from pests.
Miles also uses humidifiers and wants to style her pots to make them look beautiful.
“I want to present my collection [aesthetically]. For me it’s nice to make it look pretty in our eyes so people would appreciate it more. People would be [delighted] to see and look at my plants even if they’re not into it,” she said. “[Rare] or [common] it’s how you present it.” JB