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Self-sustaining Earthship garden-this garden reminds me of my greenhouse in my house in skyrim

Self-sustaining Earthship garden.one thing I love about earth ship designs is having the plants growing inside everywhere.

This is just perfect for growing food and having an Aquaponics setup. Plenty of sunlight and shade.

Growing food and having an Aquaponics setup. Plenty of sunlight and shade.

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Combo hallway and greenhouse, growing your own veggies and fruit.stays around 70 degrees year round.

passive solar/thermal heat gain for the house as well as food, nice.

Great idea - passive solar/thermal heat gain for the house as well as food, nice.

green house as front porch

green house as front-wrap arpund porch

shades would need to be on some sort of timer maybe? 3da88f09144809146084bbef5a9e4b4c.jpg (400×600)

Blinds for greenhouse (Porch!) to decrease heat in summer.

Building zero-energy, passive solar, high thermal mass homes (HTM) homes. One key is interior planting beds for heat retention and year-round crops.

Building zero-energy, passive solar, high thermal mass homes (HTM) homes. One key is interior planting beds for heat retention and year-round crops. Read this, wealth of passive solar home info

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Earth Ship Interior- the south facing walk way in the front of this house. The planter serves as a protected greenhouse garden and is part of the gray water treatment system.

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Seattle Earthship home (this is a tiny home, but there are links to a 6000 ft self-heating earth ship in WY too)

Pour rester dans l'ambiance végétale de la précédente sélection, je vous propose de faire un tour dans le jardin d'hiver .      Cette pièce...

Design concept for angled windows along 'garden room entry' of mainhouse, wall is adjacent to pool below (located on lower level) Photo in middle by Susan Tuttle Photography.