We’ve asked people about their homes’ greenhouse designs to see which type of plants are most suited to their lifestyle and climate.
But before you start making your own decisions, here’s what we found: greenhouse design and climate climate-friendly greenhouses The first question we asked was which type or technology would be best for you and your family.
The results were pretty clear.
Greenhouse technology was the best option for many people.
But for some people, climate-conscious people, or people with a more traditional or climate-skewing lifestyle, climate adaptation was the most practical option.
“The main thing is just to make sure that it’s in the right place and the right climate,” said Lisa Dittmar, who runs an eco-friendly greenhouse design business in Melbourne.
“I don’t think you should just be looking for the most efficient thing that you can find.”
Climate adaptation Greenhouses that don’t need to be heated or air-conditioned are an option for people who want to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Dittmas says that if you’re not in the tropics, for example, you might want to consider a more modern greenhouse like a gas-fired boiler.
You can also make the most of natural ventilation, by using air conditioning to keep the room cool.
But you don’t have to do this, she said, because you can also heat the room and reduce your carbon footprint.
“If you are in a city, you can put the water in a cool-water tank,” she said.
“It’ll be better for the planet.”
How much CO2 you’ll get The amount of CO2 that is released by a greenhouse depends on how far it’s removed from the atmosphere.
It’s more accurate to say how much CO02 the greenhouse will release per unit of heat-trapping gases released, but that’s more of a subjective judgement.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Australian Bureau for Science and Technology’s (ABS) CO2 emissions estimate shows that the average greenhouse produces about 2.4 tonnes of CO 2 per year.
The ABS says the average CO2 emission for a greenhouse is about 20 times lower than what it would be if all the gases in the atmosphere were released at once.
That’s because the greenhouse does most of its CO 2 generation by capturing CO 2 from the air and storing it as CO 2 gas.
“When you remove the CO 2 that is in the air, the greenhouse can’t take the CO2 from the sky,” Dittmans said.
However, she says the greenhouse isn’t going to release any CO 2 at all if it’s not heated.
You might want an efficient greenhouse if you live in a warm climate, like Australia’s Northern Territory, which gets about one-third of its power from fossil fuels.
You could also consider a “hot” greenhouse, which is a design that uses hot water to heat the atmosphere, rather than heat the soil to make the plants grow.
For example, the Australian Museum of Natural History’s greenhouse, built in the 1920s, was designed to cool a room by releasing CO 2 through air vents.
It uses solar panels, and it was built with a solar hot water heater.
However the museum says that it would not have been suitable for an average Australian household.
You should also consider what types of plants you want in your greenhouse.
You may want a greenhouse that’s not only designed to capture CO 2, but also has a climate-resilient design that reduces your carbon emissions.
“You’re looking at things that can be planted outdoors,” said Dittma.
“For example, if you’ve got a tropical forest, you’re going to want to plant trees that can withstand drought, which means you don.t want to go and plant a lot of bamboo or bamboo-farms, which can be very damaging.”
What to consider if you plan to plant greenhouse plants outdoors What if you want to use greenhouse plants for your garden?
“You could plant plants indoors that have a different greenhouse design than what you’re using now,” Dattmas said.
For some people with tropical climates, the plant choices can include tomatoes, tomatoes with vines, bamboo and other plants.
“There’s a lot more diversity in plant species in the tropical areas,” Dettmans said, and plants with different climate sensitivity are better suited to climates in the north.
However it’s important to remember that you’ll be putting greenhouse plants indoors for a short period of time.
“A lot of people who grow greenhouse plants in the North will probably be out for a few weeks,” Dottmas said, but if you are planning to use your greenhouse for a long period of months, you should definitely consider planting plants outside.
How much greenhouse space you need The climate-adapted greenhouse you plan on using has to be bigger than the greenhouse you’ll use in the winter, Dittms said.
So it’s best