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Victorian Greenhouse; Top Victorian Greenhouses

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Victorian greenhouses were prevalent among the nobility and upper classes during the Victorian era in erstwhile England. Often considered to be the golden age for greenhouses, Victorian greenhouses, at the time, were being built by ambitious botanists who constructed these detailed, extensive greenhouses to reflect their prosperity. Nowadays, a Victorian conservatory is considered the perfect blend of elegance and quality..(Cont.below)

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A Victorian greenhouse in your garden, and home adds a feel of the old country style, a touch of glamour if you will. As they were a status symbol, these greenhouses were soon found in many a traditional Victorian-era garden. But today, modernized versions can be found all over the world in many different types and styles - from large outdoor structures like those at Garden Organic Nursery near San Francisco Bay Area or Home Depot headquarters (which has its green roof!) down to smaller indoor ones you might find on your block near school yard during football season!

But What Is A Victorian Greenhouse Exactly?

A Victorian greenhouse has some core design attributes.

  1. Steep roof: A steep roof at an angle of 45 degrees helps with transmitting light and, more importantly, gives the greenhouse that extra bit of height. Specimen plants such as peach trees or banana plants love the additional room for physical and environmental reasons. The greater size allows for supplemental air inside the space, thus resulting in a more natural and stable atmosphere within the greenhouse.
  2. Period features: As expected, a Victorian greenhouse has period features. For example, some have cast aluminum spandrels at both the eaves and the ridge. These add strength and style and give that high-class effect to your garden.
  3. Glass panels: Traditionally, a Victorian greenhouse may have had narrower glass panels than the now-standard 2ft wide panels. However, the modern grower knows that abundant light transmission is more desirable. So, most Victorian greenhouses today have narrow glazing on the gable ends (for that classic Victorian era look) and broader 3ft wide panels along the length for better growing conditions.

Top Reasons to Have A Victorian Greenhouse

  • Built to last: Victorian greenhouses are made to be strong and permanent and to resist high winds and snowfall all year round.
  • Stunning design: They are beautiful and are a classic addition to any space while combining style and function.
  • Extra height: The extra height from the steep roof is extremely useful for most plants and home growers.
  • Glass and Polycarbonate: There are multiple options between glass and polycarbonate Victorian greenhouses.

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Choosing the Right Kind of Greenhouse: Glass Or Polycarbonate

Both these types of greenhouse (Victorian) offer distinct advantages. Depending on your needs, you can make the right choice.

  • Glass greenhouses let in a lot more direct light, whereas polycarbonate plastic lets in diffused light and are generally better for plant growth. Some plants do grow better in natural light.
  • Glass greenhouses don't retain heat for long, whereas the double-wall construction of a polycarbonate greenhouse makes it a much better heat retainer. Again, depending on the plants you're growing and the weather in your town, one or the other can be better.
  • Glass greenhouses tend to be more fragile, whereas a polycarbonate greenhouse is at risk of tearing and scratching and needs different treatment. That being said, glass greenhouses require more maintenance compared to polycarbonate greenhouses.
  • The cost of glass greenhouses and polycarbonate greenhouses can vary based on the source and quality of the material.
  • Both glass greenhouses and polycarbonate greenhouses are neither overly easy nor too difficult to install.

Exaco and Janssens Victorian Greenhouses at

While looking at Victorian greenhouses, you'd have seen both Exaco and Janssens. Janssens is a Belgium manufacturer that has been building beautiful Victorian conservatories since 1946 in its state-of-the-art facility. Exaco is the supplier who brings these stunning greenhouses to the USA. And we at ShopGrowSpaces sell them to you, the customer!

You'll see Exaco and Janssens on the product name, as they're used interchangeably here in the US. Either way, you're getting top Victorian greenhouses at the best prices and customer support!

Our Top Victorian Greenhouses

1. Exaco Junior Victorian J-VIC 24 96 Square Foot Greenhouse

The Junior Victorian J-VIC 24 Greenhouse offers the perfect environment for a garden throughout the year. The sleek black aluminum profiles, toughened glass panels, the 8 ft. 2 in. high roof, and ample 5 ft. sidewalls combine to give you a gorgeous glass greenhouse (Victoria), which has 96 sq. ft. of internal workspace with a full view of the surrounding area all year round.


2. Janssens Junior Victorian J-VIC 23 Greenhouse 8ft x 10ft

The Janssens Victorian J-VIC 23 Greenhouse is one of the top high-quality greenhouses designed by Janssens, a Belgium manufacturer. It has a greenhouse frame, 3" frame extension, 4 mm tempered glass windows, a sliding frame door, and two opening roof windows. Substantial rubber seals, which have improved insulation, hold the 4 mm tempered glass windows in place.


3. Exaco Junior Orangerie Greenhouse (13X10)-J-ORA

The Exaco Junior Orangerie Greenhouse is beautiful, high quality, and energy-efficient and is designed to grow and protect your plants in every season. For those who want to use their glass greenhouse to pursue their hobbies and hold social gatherings, the Junior Victorian Orangerie is perfect. This traditional English greenhouse puts a spotlight on your garden while offering modern technology's latest insulation and functionality.


4. Exaco VI 36 200 sq. ft. Royal Victorian Vi 36 Greenhouse

One of the best greenhouses in the "Helios" line designed by Janssens, the Royal Victorian VI 36 Greenhouse is a classic English greenhouse with the best insulation and modern-day tech. Janssens has improved the overall design and internal environment since its initial release while keeping the price lower than comparable models in this segment. The Vi36 is available in three sizes and is ideal for almost any home application.


5. Exaco Junior Victorian J-VIC 25 120 Square Foot Greenhouse

Similar to the J-VIC 24, the Junior Victorian J-VIC 25 Greenhouse provides an all-year gardening experience. The 120 sq. ft. interiors are encased by beautiful black aluminum profiles, tempered glass panels, 5 ft. sidewalls. This glass greenhouse stands at its full height of 8 ft. 2 in. and gives one a great view of one's surroundings while working comfortably in its ample interiors.


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