As an introduction to five of the six sizes of Growing Domes, take a quick peak at this video tour that features the 15-foot, 18-foot, 22-foot, 26-foot and 33-foot diameter Growing Dome geodesic greenhouse kits. Product Specialist Kyle Brookens guides you through the five domes, and tells you a little about the features, benefits and accessories of each. He also points out the different bed designs we have built, and the vertical space you have to work with. To leave comments, contact us at [email protected]
This 360 degree virtual tour was shot in late winter at our facility in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. With 250 square feet of gardening space, the 18-foot Growing Dome is a wonderful way for small families and backyard gardeners to enjoy a healthy, sustainable lifestyle. This geodesic greenhouse kit is a great size for producing organic fruits and vegetables for your family of 3-4. It has a small footprint, and is also great for urban gardening.
To see the Growing Dome in mid-summer click here.
This 360 degree virtual tour was shot in mid-summer at our facility in Pagosa Springs, Colorado so you can see the fig tree in full bloom. With 350 square feet of gardening space, this 22-foot diameter geodesic greenhouse kit is ideal for medium to large families wanting to control their own food source. The additional height of the 22-foot greenhouse allows you to grow grapes, figs, and dwarf citrus trees up high with lots of room for everything else below canopy.
To see the dome in late winter, click here.
This 360-degree virtual tour was shot in mid-summer at our facility in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. At 550 square feet, the 26-foot geodesic greenhouse kit is our top seller for families and growers. At $33 per square foot, these spacious garden greenhouses grow enough to feed a household of 5-7 people. Many smaller families also choose this size so they can have leisure space to relax and enjoy the subtropical climate.
To see what the Growing Dome looked like in winter click here. The Kumquats are still ripe in the middle of winter!
This 360-degree virtual tour was shot in late winter at our facility in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. At 850 square feet, our 33-foot diameter geodesic greenhouse kit is a favorite size for school greenhouses, farm-to-table restaurants, and many other commercial greenhouse applications. It is also our most affordable greenhouse kit at $29 per square foot.
To see the grapevines in summer, click here.
This 360 degree virtual tour was shot in early fall at the GGP‘s Educational Growing Dome in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. At 1,300 square feet the 42-foot Growing Dome is currently the largest we have in production. This greenhouse kit makes an ideal environment for horticulturalists, market gardeners, farm-to-table restaurants and community gardens to extend the growing season. Large schools also benefit from the increased teaching space and abundance of raised beds for all of their classes. Please note the signs indicating the different schools and classes in Pagosa Springs that have access to the garden. Urban gardens, reservations and other food deserts also benefit from the large growing space to alleviate food insecurity challenges, and have their fresh organic food grown locally year-round!
To see what this dome looked like in the winter, click here.
For another unique experience, try this Guided Virtual Tour of our 26-foot Growing Dome. Original founder Puja Parsons hosts this visual and auditory experience to show you both the sights and sounds of this unique greenhouse.
Val and Jerry Zimmer showed us their wonderful Growing Dome in the foothills of Boulder, CO. Filmed in early winter, see what they have growing in their 26-foot Growing Dome. This also shows us the wonderful views they have outside of their dome. Also note the temperature difference between the outside and inside of the dome.
Gary Mass allowed us to visit his 26-foot Growing Dome in Longmont, CO. Gary has developed a custom Aquaponics system complete with a koi pond. This was also filmed in early winter and you can see the contrast between his outside beds and what he has growing inside his greenhouse.