Our home has two of these pretty bay windows with stained glass rectangles on the upper half. (It's hard to see the stained glass in these photos, since I've exposed for the plants.) When I first met my husband, 30 years ago, I had just moved into the apartment across the street to start a new job (which is where I spent the rest of my teaching career). He had bought this house, which was a real fixer-upper at the time, just three months earlier. I met him the day I moved in, and married him three years later. Often, I've joked that I married him because of these windows. The rest of the house didn't look so good at the time.
This one below, on the porch, is another biggie.
And this large plant is sitting on my dining room table.
And by another window in our dining room, there's this big Christmas cactus.
In the other bay window, are these, plus a hefty hanging asparagus fern, not pictured. The one one the left is enormous. Those leaves are about a 1/2 foot long each!
If there's any question about the size of this snake plant below, check out my cat snoozing next to it in her 'tree house'. You can see a tiny bit of the fern above her.
Oops - sideways. This cute red clover is hanging on the porch, and will be re-potted to bring inside.So what do I do with all these plants?? Where do I put them all? I'm running out of room as the plants grow, and soon all the outdoor plants will need to come in. I don't have a classroom to bring them to any more. All I have is my house. I adore my large plants. I don't want to give them away.