Recently we donated plants including wetland rushes and sedges, herbaceous perennials, and many flowering bulbs to a greenroof project at Oregon State University through the Crop and Soil Science Department. We assisted in the planting day, and have been back a few times to check on progress. Our plants have been used in other greenroofs before. Soon there will be a website dedicated to tracking the differences between the classic half of the roof versus the greenroof. Once this is up and going we will have a new post with a link.
Greenroof-Oregon State University
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