Category: Wildflower Green Roofs

We have recently started a series of webinars looking at all things wild flower. Our most recent webinar was on the subject of using wild flowers on green roofs and we hope it is helpful to follow this up…

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If you have a wild flower green roof it will probably be looking quite brown and hay like at the moment. You may find it useful to know why this happens seemingly quicker than in a meadow and what you…

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Earlier this year we featured this beautiful green roof constructed by Organic Roofs (a specialist Green Roof Installer), designed by  HPW Architects. We are absolutely delighted for Lee…

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Over the last six months we have taken on a couple of Spring bulb planting projects here at Wildflower Turf HQ. We are really excited about the different areas we have created and are pleased with the results so…

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So what are the advantages to having a green roof?
A green roof can be classified as the addition of vegetation and soil to any roof type. Installing a green roof can…

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If you are wondering whether installing a small wildflower meadow will make a difference to the local wildlife in your area, then the answer is most definitely yes is will. Any suitable habitat even 1m² will make a difference, and you…

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Back in October 2011 we decided to install our Wildflower Roof Turf on one of our containers here at the farm.
It was a really simple process… first we installed a couple of wooden posts inside the container, to provide…

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ICB (International Construction Bureau) Limited, have set up a display using our Wildflower Roof Turf on their permanent rig, which is on location at their new office in Poole.
[caption id=”attachment_2560″ align=”alignnone” width=”300″ caption=”Wildflower Roof Turf on display at the…

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Tim Morris Building Consultancy and Design have successfully installed our Wildflower Roof Turf at Black Pasture Cottage. Matthew Timms, director of Tim Morris, has kindly sent us some images of this project for our records.
As the images below show,…

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The days are getting shorter and the nights are definitely cooler, so you might be forgiven for believing that those last flowers in your wild flower meadow or on your green roof i.e. Clover, Vetch, a few late Red…

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