Friday, November 23, 2007

Growing Dome Greenhouse

In the very near future, it will be imperative to live off the grid, so I'm researching food growing and home building. So far, this looks like the best way to grow food that is highly productive, efficient, solar powered and can not be affected by aerosolization.

Greenhouse Kits of the Future

Geodesic Greenhouse Kits create a new paradigm in solar greenhouse design and efficiency

Growing Dome® Greenhouses, tried and tested in the Rocky Mountains, allow you to grow fresh vegetables, flowers, fruit and herbs year round, with minimal extra heating or cooling.

Its unique solar design and seven unique features make it the most energy-efficient, hobby greenhouse kit available today.

If you want to enjoy year-round indoor gardening, in a beautiful protected space throughout the changing seasons, the Growing Dome Greenhouse from Growing Spaces can fulfill your desires.

Much more than a greenhouse; it's a way of life!

Enjoy the many benefits of having a Growing Dome Greenhouse in your life:

Health: Growing your own fresh food, free from pollutants is a precious gift you are giving to yourself and your loved ones.

Security: No matter what happens to the economy, food is as close as a walk down your garden path.

Harmony: A Growing Dome Greenhouse brings us in touch with the seasons and the environment in which we live.

Beauty: You can delight in having a warm, lush, nurturing environment on your own property. People love to sit and relax inside the Dome.

Connectedness: Puttering around in your greenhouse is a wonderful way to relax at the end of a stressful day and renew your connection with the earth and the natural world.

Abundance: Plants grow in profusion in the moist, warm interior of the Dome. You can grow an abundance of fresh, nutritious produce for family and friends.

Self-Sufficiency: Unlike regular greenhouses, which require large amounts of energy to heat and cool, the Growing Dome Greenhouse is solar powered, saving you money, and is perfect for off the grid living.

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