Peak Moment 147: In Colorado it’s cold for much of the year, but inside this cozy dome greenhouse, the plants are growing happily. Take a grand tour with Buckhorn Gardens manager and permaculturist Breigh Peterson: the greenhouse structure with its interplay of light and water, warmth and air; curving raised beds of vegetables and flowers; fish tanks moderating the temperature; vertical trellises and shelves to use vertical space. Outdoors a huge garden of row crops and a young orchard are complemented by free-roaming chickens and ducks. http://buckhorngardens.blogspot.com Related PostsHydroponic Tomato Greenhouse, a year-round successIndoor Gardening Year-Round! Over 100 Edible Plants & Propagating Longevity SpinachVertical Aquaponics System use Bamboo Towers in Greenhouse to Increase Production 10xLargest indoor vertical farm uses 95 percent less water and produces more per square feet -TomoNewsHydroponic Farmer Produces Year-Round HarvestAero/Aqua/Bio-Hydroponics, Greenhouse, GrowLight & Vertical Gardening
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