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Inspired by the greenhouses at Martha's Bedford home, the "Martha Stewart Show" greenhouse contains a collection of lush, beautiful plants, expertly cared for by gardening producer Andrea Mason. Take a look at what's growing.
At the entrance to the greenhouse sit potted azaleas, a tall Kentia palm, and shade-tolerant Boston fern. An antique wardian case, or glass terrarium-like structure, houses brightly colored orchids.
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A collection of succulents, including cacti, jade, and aloe plants, wait just inside the greenhouse doors.
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Orchids are arranged in a colorful grouping of small pots and ornamental wall hangings.
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Ferns, including the prehistoric-looking staghorn and vibrant yellow-green leaved maidenhair, line the left wall.
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Edible herbs are grown in small individual containers.
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Supplies for gardening segments and plant care are organized outside the greenhouse in special shelving specifically designed for the task.
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