Friðheimar in Reykholt, Iceland

This farm and greenhouse harnesses geothermal energy to do the seemingly impossible: grow tomatoes year-round in the harsh Icelandic climate.

Friðheimar is a family-run business mainly centered around tomatoes (though the family grows cucumbers and breeds horses as well). A borehole right on the property provides the warmth for the greenhouse, thanks to warm water and steam created by geothermal energy on the volcanic, tectonically active island.

While bananas, roses, cucumbers, and more...

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