Category: Wildflower Green Roofs

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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So much of our native wildlife is in decline that almost every week we hear or read reports from ecologists and biologists alike that yet another native species is in decline.  2010 is the year of biodiversity which has…

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When you hear the words Holiday Inn you tend to visualise something quite contemporary.  The newly completed Holiday Inn at Winnersh Triangle, Reading continues to live up to that expectation and at the same time…

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Harking back to a time when building materials were sourced from the surrounding countryside, when keeps and castles were built to be impressive and stood proud against the sky line with hoards of soldiers to guard their walls, Cardiff…

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Last Autumn we were delighted to be approached by Architects HPW Partnership, concerning a new themed area at Paultons Park in Hampshire.  Peppa Pig World is due to open at Easter 2011. …

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…. this time in Scotland for R B Ross Steel Fabrictions Ltd in Dyce. I will see about getting a few more pictures later in the year as I think this will look stunning when the wild flowers come…

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The roof has settled in and really taken over winter. The growing medium under the wildflower turf has proved a little bit over fertile and the grasses have gained the upper hand. In this scenario a bit of mid…

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A concern with this Isle of Wight project is the proximity of the turf to the sea. The client decided that the roof of the house would protect the turf from the worst of the weather and he would…

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Creation of the stable ‘green roof’ using Wildflower turf.

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Just started to flower! Reclaiming lost “green space” one roof at a time in our towns and cities.

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