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Crowd control

So we did it and we (and the garden) lived to tell the tale. Yep, our first visit of the year from the local primary school. 554 more words

Gardening

SHOW AND TELL

Roofmeadow has been kicking around on rooftops since 1997, and, in that time, we have come across some curious finds. Because the winter chill has slowed our construction work, we thought we’d take some time to mine our photo archives and share a few unexpected finds with you. 603 more words

Green Infrastructure

Kitchen Herb Garden: Thyme (update)

I have previously posted a post about thyme, where I mentioned I was starting a herb garden in my kitchen. It has been a couple of weeks, and now the mason jar containing the thyme is growing along nicely. 112 more words

Edible Gardening

Growing Brussels Sprouts

One of my favorite green vegetables is Brussels sprouts. I like that they do not contain many calories but also are very tasty with just about anything. 148 more words

Edible Gardening

What Happens When a Bunch of Horticulturists Get Together?

They all go to Cultivate ’14 in Columbus, Ohio in July.

I had the wonderful experience of attending Cultivate ’14 in Columbus, Ohio July 12 – 15, 2014. 560 more words

Horticulture

IN SEARCH OF EVIDENCE

Roofmeadow prides itself on its technical expertise and commitment to evidence-based design. Unfortunately, there’s just not enough evidence out there.

Before going any further, perhaps a few words about the importance of evidence-based design are in order. 885 more words

Green Infrastructure

THE FLOWER THAT DID NOT FREEZE

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Bright red
Whispers
Away away
Cold mist
Green leaves
Shield aloof
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Gentle kisses
Startle with
Familiar heat
Loneliness
Beneath a
No color sky… 9 more words

Aesthetics