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  • Kathy Simon

    Small garden? Try vertical spaces!

  • Gigi Gardoce

    I'm a fan of growing plants on the roof. Especially when it looks pleasing. -Lakeland green roof by Wildroof #Green_Roof #Wildroof

  • Emu Architetti

    Green Roof, Lakeland, UK. Designed by Wildroof Landscapes. Picture taken two years after planting with mixed plug plants.

  • Nina Marie

    love roof gardens :) // Lakeland green roof by Wildroof #Green_Roof #Wildroof

  • Elise Conklin

    rooftop garden

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Roof top...well since the cottage did not get a new roof I could do something this wild....but I think it would be too much trouble in reality so I will just enjoy the picture and hope you do also.

Succulent green roof on garden shed- Future house, shed in backyard, yes please!

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Multi-level building in Denver with a green roof. • ..this is how I picture God's Gardeners living. ( from Year of the Flood)