Winter Crops in a Growing Dome Greenhouse

These are some of the most popular crops that can thrive

all winter in a Growing Dome

Leafy greens

Many different kinds of Lettuce, Spinach, Swiss chard, Tatsoi, Mizuna, Bok choi, Endive, Arugula, Radicchio

Root vegetables

Radish, Carrot , Turnips, Swede, Rutabaga, Daikon, Parsnip 

Members of the cabbage family

Cabbage, Kale, Collards, Brussel Sprouts, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Kohlrabi

Members of the onion family

Onions, Garlic, Leeks


Parsley, Sage, Thyme, Rosemary, Marjoram, Fennel, Dill, Cilantro, Sorrel

Other crops 

Peas, Quinoa, Amaranth, Buckwheat

These are just some of the many delicious items that can be grown and harvested all winter long

Enjoy our video about winter gardening



  • I want to buy a green house. I live in Spanish Fork, Utah, and would like to grow lettuce, tomatoes, carrots,
    and other good vegetables. I would also like to grow flowers, that I can plant in my yard in the spring. I would
    like to buy the green house next spring so I can get it all set up for using in the fall. Thanks Paul Snyder

  • Hello. I don’t have a well and so I bring my water in which makes it a precious commodity. I currently have a small grey water garden and am curious if anyone is successfully using grey water with the growing dome?

  • I do love all of your video’s. We have one of the first Growing Spaces domes you built here in Black Hawk, Colorado. (I believe) Elevation 8,200 ft, I am struggling with aphids this winter. But really love seeing your domes thrive. Thanks for sharing

    • I use the gallon size sprayer & fill with water with:
      1 tablespoon of cold pressed Neem oil
      2 teaspoons Dr Bonners Sal suds
      2 teaspoons wintergreen alcohol (Walgreens)
      These can be found at Natural Grocers

      If you spray 2-3 days in a row it helps a lot. I also put out lots of ant bate from Gardens Alive. I am gone a lot so it is a challenge. I always put out fresh ant bate every 2 weeks because we are in a sandy area.

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