Herb and Sedum Blend, Green Roof Seed


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Packet: 1,000 seeds

Herb and Sedum Blend, Green Roof Seed

This contains a house blend of herbs and sedum species that will do well on a green roof garden. Blended together to do well in zones 3-9. A green roof has many benefits that include alleviating flooding, noise reduction, thermal insulation, building aesthetics and creating a natural habitat for animals to live. Direct sow 1-2 grams per 20 sq.ft. of roof space. Contains: Antennaria dioica, Armeria maritima, Campanula rotundifolia, Cymbalaria muralis, Dianthus arenarius, carthusianorum, deltoides, Gypsophila repens, Hieracium pilosella, Petrorhagia saxifraga, Saponaria ocymoides, Saxifraga granulata and encrusted types, Sedum acre, album, ellacombianum, hispanicum, hybridum, pulchellum, reflexum, sexangulare, spurium, Thymus pulegoides, serphyllum and other species.
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