The Eathouse's Living Walls are Good Enough to Eat

By: Elsa Blaine - Published: Dec 28, 2010 • References: & archdaily
The living walls and roof of The Eathouse garden house are good enough to eat and its offerings are much healthier than a gingerbread house. Eethuis, pronounced "Eathouse" by architects De Stuurlui stedenbouw is constructed of metal pipes and soil-stuffed crates which are planted up with vegetables, herbs and edible flowers.

A combination of garden shed and a garden itself, the Eathouse is a fantastic way to grow a vast selection of healthy food in a relatively small space, harvesting and replanting as you enjoy your own home-grown produce. Stats for Edible Garden Sheds Trending: Older & Buzzing
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