Comfort In Any Climate Warmth If you want heat, you admit the sun. The sun heats the mass, the mass stores the heat and the insulation won't let it escape. 15 foods you can regrow from scraps! Contact us 15 foods you can regrow from scraps! Posted on June 5, 2013 by admin via: The Healthy Hybrid Various plants (in no particular order) that you can regrow from the food you already have! Woot! Way to reuse and recycle! Home Design, Garden & Architecture Blog Magazine Spending time outside in the garden is quite the wonderful opportunity to get closer to Nature. If you’re lucky enough to have a green area for lounging during the mornings or evenings, than the following project will become your favorite quickly. The Living Willow Structure is actually another living room in your yard; a natural and green one!
Building A Roundhouse With Woodhenge And Cobwood Please Share This Page: Google + stumbleupon tumblr reddit No Garden? Here Are 66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers By Rachel Cernansky Growing your own food is exciting, not only because you get to see things grow from nothing into ready-to-eat fruits and veggies, but you also don’t have to worry about the pesticides they might contain, and you definitely cut down on the miles they—and you—have to travel. As it turns out, with pretty minimal effort, anyone can be a gardener. Bear Hermitage Nestled in a glade of scrub oak on the site of a former moon lodge, the Bear Hermitage, a straw bale vault, designed and built by Women Build Houses under the loving guidance of Shay Salomon, offers womb-like seclusion. A tiny hermitage at the Lama Foundation in San Cristobal, New Mexico.
How to make free self-watering containers for rooting tomato cuttings Hardening off Six days after being potted and resting in the shade on the porch, the cutting is now officially a tomato plant complete with a bloom. It's time to harden it off by placing it in direct sun for a few hours a day over the next several days. Expose the plant to three hours of direct sunlight at first and work up to eight hours. When the plant can tolerate a full eight hours in direct sun, it's time to transplant it into the garden.
Home Design, Garden & Architecture Blog Magazine Have you ever dreamed about pending a romantic and relaxing holiday in the Norwegian forests? Your little getaway will be complete only if you stay in fairytale-like house as this one that you can rent on airbnb. The house is a beautiful earth sheltered hut in the heart of one of Norway’s forests and looks a lot like a magical Hobbit house. This little treasure is located in Hol, Buskerud, Norway and it’s for those who want to reconnect with nature and spend quality time with their loved one. The interior is also decorated in a welcoming rustic style and completes the look of the house beautifully. If we made you curious and eager to rent this cozy little hut, you can visit the Airbnb website where the house is listed and rent it for an unforgettable holiday.
Cordwood Sheds and Cabins - Rustic Fabulous Cordwood Sheds and Cabins also known as Stackwall, Stovewood, Firewood or Cordwood Masonry. On the final page, be sure to watch the great video on how to build a cordwood cabin! cordwood shed Short lengths of debarked trees (cordwood) are laid with a mixture of mortar and insulating materials - such as sawdust or spray foam - in between the mortar. The longer the length of the logs, the better the insulation qualities. 12 inches to 18 inches is most common and wood species will also determine insulating value. On average, a 12 inch wide wall will have a 20-25 R value.
window farm « Cranberry Compost & Gardening Blog More Fun Garden Projects June 13, 2011 cranpup Container Garden, Farming, flower, Flowers, Garden Decor, Garden Design, Garden Projects, Garden Tools, Gardening, Hydroponics, landscaping, vegetable gardening, vertical garden, Window Farm cucumber, design, farm, farming, flowers, garden, greenhouse, grow, herbs, hydroponics, irrigation, landscaping, pvc, sprinklers, trellis, vegetables, vertical garden, window farm I found something pretty cool yesterday. It’s a site on the internet that shows you all kinds of different things you can make using PVC.
Natural homes built by inspirational people and their advice... Jon runs Pun Pun an organic farm, seed-saving operation, and sustainable living and learning centre. At Pun Pun they use ancient natural building techniques with readily available, local, natural materials with little embodied energy and salvaged materials to make homes, a practical and affordable alternative to resource intensive conventional building. Jon says, "I want to be equal to animals. The bird makes a nest in one or two days; the rat digs a hole in one night, but clever humans like us spend 30 years to have a house... that's wrong." and, "Before I thought that stupid people like me … cannot have a house… because people who are cleverer than me and get a job need to work for 30 years to have a house. But for me, who cannot finish university, how can I have a house.