With some care, conservatories can become a winter indoor garden.
Conservatories not only add another room to your house, they can become indoor gardens in the winter, when tender outdoor plants are taken into the warmth until the spring, probably adding to the conservatory plants you already have growing there.
In frost-prone areas a conservatory is the ideal place for overwintering tender perennials and marginally hardy plants from the garden. Cold-sensitive plants in need of good light levels and dry, frost-free conditions will also benefit. Tropical plants and exotics can be moved inside during autumn after a spell in the garden through the summer months.