DIY Recycled CD Case Greenhouse Tutorial by Meg at Mega Crafty from So You Think You’re Crafty here. *One image download. This project takes 40+ CD cases and the author writes:
“I’m going to tell you up front- this tutorial is pretty long. But don’t get scared off… the greenhouse really isn’t difficult to make. …The toughest part about the whole project is cutting the cases into angles- and even that’s not really hard to do, it just takes some patience. The rest of the project is just gluing!”
Photo of the day: A young child explores the newly opened Sense of Memory Garden on May 31 at the Eden Project — a popular attraction in Cornwall, England, that features stunning artificial bubble biomes that comprise the world’s largest greenhouse.
Greenhouse To Go
For an exhibition titled ‘A Home Away From Home,’ a German design firm creates what they would bring along in the event of interplanetary colonization: A stylish portable terrarium.
Happy trailers: Vintage Airstream rehabber’s latest creation
For his latest project, green architect and vintage Airstream trailer renovator extraordinaire Matthew Hofmann transforms a middle-aged aluminum beauty into a tricked-out guesthouse-on-wheels.
If we colonize Mars, we should definitely bring Le Petit Prince along. This robotic greenhouse carries a plant and provides it with everything it needs to flourish on the red planet. It’s designed to learn the optimal process of searching for nutrients, and it can send reports to fellow robots, enabling them to learn from one another.
Eathouse is a literal greenhouse bursting with a bounty of fresh fruits and veggies.
In this dome-shaped greenhouse, 100,000 cultivated vegetables grow without soil. It’s estimated that the vegetable yield in the greenhouse will be 16 times more than the traditional planting method.