up on the roof


up on the roof

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Vertical garden by Patrick Blanc - the original master of the "green wall"!

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Holy Cow!

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Build and let it decompose.

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green wall and sandbox roof garden, nyc, nelson byrd woltz

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Edible Garden Shed -- wow!

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A green roof on Nationals Park

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Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant in Sister Bay, WI (Door County) has a grass-covered roof where goats graze. Inside, they serve authentic Swedish fare! Nearby Ephraim WI has the best beach in Door County. Door County has the 2nd most coastline of any county in the U.S.

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pallet gardening!

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Using what looks like old paddling pools for rooftop garden beds.

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The Gardener on the Roof from adaptivereuse.net

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How to make a cheap sustainable and green garden shed

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green roof

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cottage

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Roof Garden by Renata Gierlach: Turf roof near Gol, Norway. #Green_Roof #Renata_Gierlach

International Garden Photographer of the Year - Commended 1 - Garden Views

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A log cabin on a roof?

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Norwegian boathouse. When magic and reality collide.

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Gardening in Phuket, Thailand. Amazing.

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Rooftop garden with great ideas for repurposing other items for planters! Would look great with #wine boxes too...

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Green roofs. Iceland.

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Green-roofed turf housing in Iceland.

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"green" house

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Amazing apartment roof top garden

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the ULTIMATE cabin.....sigh.....location is definitely everything!!!

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Built on the ingenious designs of architects from Vetch Company Switzerland, this little habitat made of tiny but very comfortable houses share an eco friendly secret: the grass rooftops. These green roofs can at any time become little private gardens where people grow their organic tomatoes, and this roofing system is what actually makes these homes seem “hidden”.

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