Garden windows are made with four windows that are adjoined together to form a beautiful design. They are called so because of their ability to provide endless amounts of natural light that help nourish plants and flowers that are placed on their built-in shelf. Garden windows extend or project slightly outward from the wall of the house in order to let more sunlight in. The concept of their design is pretty much similar to that of bay windows. However, they’re only smaller in terms of size. In order for a window to be considered a garden window, it needs to have glass on all of its sides except the one found at the bottom which serves as a shelf for plants. In addition to having a similar design to bay windows, garden windows also have the same concept of that of greenhouse glass designs. A greenhouse is designed to capture energy from sunlight through the use of glass or other types of products in order to help plants grow. Garden windows were produced to allow people to bring the same technology used in greenhouses to their own homes. Even though it’s possible to grow different plants in any window, garden windows are more suited for the job because they provide more room for growing things. To help protect and preserve garden windows for a long time, homeowners are advised to only use a warm soapy solution when cleaning them.