Added by on 2016-12-22

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. 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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  • Branimir Marold 1 year ago

    thanks for upload, gj & respect!
    but I have to say I can't believe that it is illegal to collect rainwater -.- omg

  • Abitaskew Dataflow 1 year ago

    Great ideas though I wish this video was in a better resolution. It's like watching an 8bit videogame. Thanks for sharing regardless

  • larryniidji 1 year ago

    Look up charcoal and clay to reclaim the land.

  • Nosk 007 1 year ago

    wow, illegal to collect rain water, what a load of communism bullshit! the bullshit is so great its outstanding and unthinkable to think thats a law. shows how far down this country is. OUTRAGES!

  • Joe Qasse 1 year ago

    I loved person like Breigh Peterson, who always smile, because they enjoy life. In which everything looks easy and interact in a good way with all the element.

    I hope a lot of people is going to meet her.

  • Mars Rover 1 year ago

    Great, except for all the "peak moment" crap.

  • Indie Media Eastcoast 1 year ago

    does your channel still promote the 'peak oil myth?' .. just checking through some of the ones I have enjoyed over the years .. the fact this woman could not collect her rainwater is extremely disturbing.

  • Anthony Sinclair 1 year ago

    Excellent episode , but more than that I was blown away by the law prohibiting the rain catchment , must be some very overpaid old guys sitting in their golden towers that hate farmers

  • Its My MoJo 1 year ago

    I heard it comes in a kit – where can we order one?

  • MikahA Baker 1 year ago

    Do Spiders ever come to visit green houses? I would like to get one but I wouldn't go in it if there were spiders lurking >.<

  • Stephen Brennan 1 year ago

    I hear crickets :)

  • Indie Media Eastcoast 1 year ago

    really cool… the 'not collecting rainwater' is a rub .. I'd disobey that one … and have small buckets out for collection … harder to 'monitor' by the powers that be .. and much more sensible… sometimes govt and sensible cannot coexist.

  • Joe Stubbernubbensteingenson 1 year ago

    Is there any real advantage to having a dome type greenhouse (as opposed to a square one or half-cylindrical "Quonset" style)… other than the "cool" factor? 

  • Andy Ross 1 year ago

    no aquaponics????

  • Dirtpatcheaven 1 year ago

    beautiful greenhouse!

  • Duggy Dugg 1 year ago

    other than strength , will a conventional greenhouse work as well ?

  • Horton Noah 1 year ago

    oh the things i would grow in one of those…. not boring old herbs, definitely! Great video tho, good luck and happy growing!

  • Soul Feggio 1 year ago

    cricket ambiance… soothing… (cricket noise) haha

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  • luc07ry 1 year ago

    The plant in the water tanks looks like Azolla. It's actually fern and it fixes nitrogen into the water.