I like this one for ideas: http://www.ceresgs.com/ Not that I've actually bought their plans as I'm only building a tiny greenhouse, but they are active on this forum and occasionally answer questions, the FAQ on their website is very good.
I just wanted to add a tip...as I don't know of any kits for sell. This may be in Jerome's book...but I'm not too sure. I just thumbed through it and didn't see a mention of it. But you can see an example of what I'm going to explain on page 82 of his book. Around the entire perimeter of your greenhouse, install foam board insulation vertically to a depth below the frost line and next to the foundation to insulate the ground from freezing in the winter......actually now I'm recalling this info in Jerome's book...he suggested insulating on the inside of the greenhouse perimeter. I've also seen some people suggesting that you just lay foam board insulation down flat on the ground maybe a foot below the surface, and out away from the greenhouse.
My Food Forest - Mile elevation. Zone 6a. Southern Idaho <--I moved in year two...unfinished...probably has cattle on it.
That's my insulation plan for my greenhouse. Instead of digging down 4' to put in a styrofoam thermal break, I'm going to go down one foot and horizontally out 3 feet. The frost doesn't know which way it's going, just that it runs out of steam after 4 feet of travel (in my climate).
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