An Off-Grid Garden House on the Oregon Coast
The coast near Mary Ellen White’s home in Gold Beach, Oregon, isn’t an ideal place to garden: Winds can reach up to 100 miles an hour, and unstable serpentine rock makes the site prone to geological slides. Determined not to let location get in the way of gardening, Mary Ellen brought in architect Obie Bowman to design a garden house where she could start seedlings out of the wind, store harvested plants and create floral wreaths and bouquets.
Very cool indeed!!