Hardy succulents like sedums, semperveriums, and ice plants are ideal for roof gardens, they require little soil and water, and can take long periods with not much watering.this would be really pretty as a roof to a chicken coop
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. You can even graze your goats on them! Indeed: goats can climb ladders, they are quite agile!
Designed by HASSELL, Burnley Living Roofs is the Melbourne University’s purpose-built, green roof technology research and teaching facility. Installed on the top of the Burnley Campus administrative building, the facility comprises three separate