Category: Wildflower Green Roofs

Ponds are beautiful, whatever their size, but creating a wildlife natural looking pond can be a challenge especially if you dream of having wild flowers cascading down the banks to the water’s edge.
A tried and tested solution is one…

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James was out taking pictures today of our wild Flower Roof Turf for a customer and spotted this beautiful Ringlet Butterfly.
We checked it out on the Butterfly Conservation Website just to make sure of what…

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The sun shone, the wildflowers were glorious and the sound of children having fun filled the air.  Where was James yesterday?  He was at Peppa Pig World, Paultons Park, standing in a meadow.  But not just any meadow, this…

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In the Autumn of last year not long before the early snows hit us, we were happy to supply 20m² of our wildflower roof turf to Jim and Susan Nixon who were building a new house in Winchester.  At…

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It’s always a big moment when our wildflower turf, specifically chosen by a garden designer, gets shipped out for the RHS Chelsea Flower show.  This year is no exception, especially as it is the 50th…

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Wildflowers are just beginning to emerge and bloom now that the warmer days are here but before they get going its always nice to see a bit of colour.   We under-planted crocus’s on the stable green roof a while…

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After the stunning success of our time-lapse video of our landscape turf we thought that it would be a great idea to carry out a similar project on our stable roof.  The idea is, that over time you will…

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This year we have seen a huge rise in the numbers of enquiries about using Wildflower Turf on ‘Green Roofs’. We seemed to be answering the same type of questions quite a lot and so decided to create a…

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Have you noticed that you can’t open a newspaper, magazine or website without finding articles about the importance of sustainability and listing green roofs as a way to “green-up” our urban areas?  Nevertheless, when you think about it,  it’s…

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We’re very biased about our wildflower turf as you can well imagine, and hate the idea of even the tiniest scrap going to waste.  But what do you do with those small pieces of turf that are left over…

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