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All you need in the woods. #getoutdoors #upknorth Tiny one room cabin nestled in the Gulf Islands, BC. Olson Kundig design shot by Tim Bies. (at Gulf Islands BC)

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from Mail Online

Small is beautiful! Concluding his series, Monty Don says even the tiniest garden can accommodate one of these container ponds

I suppose the real difference between this kind of pond and a rigid pre-formed one is that you usually do not need to attempt to sink the container in the ground and hide it

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Beautifully designed Green Roofed Garden Gazebo - made out of recycled shipping container. It provides shelter for beetles, bees and other local insects to support biodiversity. Very clever!

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from Etsy

Inspiring Workspaces: WeAreArrow

WeAreArrow opening the doors and a broad shot

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from FREECYCLE

How To Build Your Own Shipping Container Home

Shipping container homes allow building a durable and eco-friendly home for around half the price of a traditional home. Builders and contractors use intermodal steel... #containerhome #shippingcontainer

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Eco living: the Leicestershire home that powers itself

Eco living: the Leicestershire home that powers itself - "Traditional rooftop solar panels are joined by more experimental technology including “solar walls”, which preheat air before it is pumped into the home’s ventilation system, and an “Earth Energy Bank”, which stores excess summer heat in super-insulated underground pipes, releasing it during the winter."

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Layered bulb container. Container cut in half to show the layered effect. Plants include Narcissus 'Hawera', Muscari armeniacum, Hyacinthus orientalis 'Delft Blue' and Tulip 'Sunny Prince' - © GAP Photos

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from The Garden Glove

Best Unexpected Plants You Can Grow in Containers

"Don’t think you can plant trees in containers? Think again. These birch trees are placed in large containers, and because the root ball is kept from growing outward, the whole tree remains smaller and more manageable."

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