greenhouse

Greenhouse vs Outdoors - What's the difference?

greenhouse | outdoors |


As nouns the difference between greenhouse and outdoors

is that greenhouse is a building traditionally made of glass, but now also made from plastics such as polyethylene, in which plants are grown more rapidly than outside such a building by the action of heat from the sun, this heat being trapped inside by the glass or plastic while outdoors is the environment outside of enclosed structures; the natural environment in the open air.

As an adverb outdoors is

not inside a house or under covered structure; unprotected; in the open air.

Greenhouse vs Screenhouse - What's the difference?

greenhouse | screenhouse |

Garden vs Greenhouse - What's the difference?

garden | greenhouse |


As nouns the difference between garden and greenhouse

is that garden is an outdoor area containing one or more types of plants, usually plants grown for food or ornamental purposes while greenhouse is a building traditionally made of glass, but now also made from plastics such as polyethylene, in which plants are grown more rapidly than outside such a building by the action of heat from the sun, this heat being trapped inside by the glass or plastic.

As a verb garden

is (intransitive|chiefly|north america) to grow plants in a garden; to create or maintain a garden.

As an adjective garden

is common, ordinary, domesticated.

Lighthouse vs Greenhouse - What's the difference?

lighthouse | greenhouse |


As nouns the difference between lighthouse and greenhouse

is that lighthouse is a building, usually a tower, containing a light to warn or guide ships while greenhouse is a building traditionally made of glass, but now also made from plastics such as polyethylene, in which plants are grown more rapidly than outside such a building by the action of heat from the sun, this heat being trapped inside by the glass or plastic.

Reservatory vs Greenhouse - What's the difference?

reservatory | greenhouse |


As nouns the difference between reservatory and greenhouse

is that reservatory is a place in which things are reserved or kept while greenhouse is a building traditionally made of glass, but now also made from plastics such as polyethylene, in which plants are grown more rapidly than outside such a building by the action of heat from the sun, this heat being trapped inside by the glass or plastic.

As an adjective reservatory

is reserving something.

Greenhouse vs Phytotron - What's the difference?

greenhouse | phytotron |


As nouns the difference between greenhouse and phytotron

is that greenhouse is a building traditionally made of glass, but now also made from plastics such as polyethylene, in which plants are grown more rapidly than outside such a building by the action of heat from the sun, this heat being trapped inside by the glass or plastic while phytotron is (biology) a laboratory in the form of a greenhouse or similar building in which plants can be grown and studied under individually controlled conditions.

Greenhouse vs Jn - What's the difference?

greenhouse | jn |


As a noun greenhouse

is a building traditionally made of glass, but now also made from plastics such as polyethylene, in which plants are grown more rapidly than outside such a building by the action of heat from the sun, this heat being trapped inside by the glass or plastic.

As a preposition jn is

by (agent of a passive construction).

Greenhouse vs Conservatory - What's the difference?

greenhouse | conservatory |


As nouns the difference between greenhouse and conservatory

is that greenhouse is a building traditionally made of glass, but now also made from plastics such as polyethylene, in which plants are grown more rapidly than outside such a building by the action of heat from the sun, this heat being trapped inside by the glass or plastic while conservatory is (obsolete) that which preserves from injury or conservatory can be a greenhouse or hothouse for the display of plants.

As a adjective conservatory is

(rare) pertaining to conservation.

Greenhouse vs Hotbed - What's the difference?

greenhouse | hotbed |


As nouns the difference between greenhouse and hotbed

is that greenhouse is a building traditionally made of glass, but now also made from plastics such as polyethylene, in which plants are grown more rapidly than outside such a building by the action of heat from the sun, this heat being trapped inside by the glass or plastic while hotbed is a low bed of earth covered with glass, and heated with rotting manure; used for the germination of seeds and the growth of tender plants a hotbed works as a miniature hothouse, ie greenhouse.

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