How To Build an Underground Greenhouse — Growing your own food isn't difficult in the summer, but winter gardening is a lot more complicated. It is made infinitely easier when you have a space that is insulated from the elements.
This page is the open source project-launch blueprinting page specific to the free-sharing and global collaboration regarding the One Community Walipini, Aquapini, and Zen Aquapini planting and harvesting details. These structures will adhere to our botanical garden guidelines while demonstrating 4 distinctly different growing zones that will produce a combination of quality, volume, and food diversity that significantly exceeds what is available in most grocery stores.
Pit Greenhouses or Walipinis. Depending on latitude, but despite above ground air temperatures (and wind chill), 6 to 8 feet down into the earth, temperatures remain fairly constant, between 50 and 60°F. Meaning your pit greenhouse will be much warmer than an above ground greenhouse in winter and that cool earth will keep temps bearable in the summer.