Green roofs

Collection by Ursula Porterfield

Ursula Porterfield
Shed Plans - How to make a Bin Store with a Green Roof - Now You Can Build ANY Shed In A Weekend Even If Youve Zero Woodworking Experience! Bin Shed, London Garden, Storage Places, Building A Shed, Woodworking Projects Diy, Diy Projects, Woodworking Tools, Pergola Patio, Pergola Plans

Fenton Roberts Garden Design, North London Garden Designer,

Fenton Roberts Garden Design, North London, Garden Design, Planting Design, Consultation, Barnet based.

green-roof dog house- so eco! Large Dog House, Build A Dog House, Dog House Plans, Puppy House, Outdoor Dog, Animal House, Dog Houses, Garden Planning, Raised Garden Beds

Green Roofs

Who says your garden has to be on the ground? An environmentally friendly trend grows—on rooftops.

Chicken Coop - Thinking I might do this on top of the chicken coop! What a great way to keep them cooler in the summer and warm in the winter! Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch. Living Roofs, Building A Chicken Coop, Building A Roof, Warm In The Winter, Hobby Farms, Raising Chickens, Chickens Backyard, Shed Plans, Sustainable Living

Toiture végétalisée : comment la fabriquer soi-même

Comment fabriquer une toiture végétalisée simple dite « extensive » ? C’est sans aucun doute la technique la plus simple à mettre en place.

Home Discover 3 Joyous Tips: Roofing Texture Spaces wooden roofing white. Diy Roofing, Modern Roofing, Roof Decoration, Casa Milano, Green Roof System, Living Roofs, Cool Roof, Underground Homes, Terrace Garden

Come realizzare un tetto verde - Bricoportale: Fai da te e bricolage

Un tetto verde si comporta come un sistema filtrante di moltissime particelle nocive presenti nell’aria e mitiga il clima;

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Chicken tour - "living green roof" on coop Roof by Ingela Wanerstrand in Seattle - the first person I heard of doing this- c.2005? (

ROBIN LAUREL: a green roof! A green roof, or 'living roof' really helps regulate the temperature of a house or building, keeping it cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Natural Building, Green Building, Green Roof Benefits, Living Roofs, Living Walls, Earth Homes, Flat Roof, My Dream Home, Future House

A green roof, or 'living roof' really helps regulate the temperature of a house or building, keeping it cooler in the summer & warmer in the winter. You can even graze your goats on them since goats can climb ladders. Generally only grass or wild plants that do not require deep soil are used, & it is better to plan a building from the beginning to accommodate a green roof; retro-fitting is an expensive idea. You can also have plant boxes on your roof, and even consider living walls!

Book on urban vertical gardening. Found objects make fantastic planters. Of course, no gardening book is complete without a chicken coop. Book on urban vertical garden Urban Chickens, Living Roofs, Living Walls, Gardening Books, Chickens Backyard, Garden Planning, Garden Projects, Garden Inspiration, Outdoor Gardens

Garden Up! Take Your Landcape to the Next Level - Urban Gardens

Talented landscape design duo Susan Morrison and Rebecca Sweet’s new book Garden Up! is out and you’ve seriously gotta get your hands on one. A fan of vertical gardening, I love how these gals have packaged their combined creativity with loads of gorgeous photos and do-it-yourself suggestions so readers can not only be inspired, but […]

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Trending Now: Green Roofs

As you plan landscaping for your yard, consider the potential of bringing it to the roof. The benefits of reduced runoff, improved insulation and longevity may be worth the investment.