Thanks to Chris Voise for these beautiful images. The Geum 'Tangerine' is in full bloom and the Thyme couldn't be happier.
This past Spring was the first for the green roof at Chadwick Arboretum. Here you see the Sedum coming out of dormancy and the Lavender which did not make it through the harsh Winter. We replaced the Lavender since then with Nepeta 'Walkers Low', (catmint).
McCullough's Landscape & Design, LLC finishing the thyme planting after installing the pre-grown sedum mats.
Craig has finished framing and is clipping in Ipe wood boards. Ipe is an extremely hard and durable wood that will last a lifetime.
Mary Maloney happily returns from hosting a Tour of the English Gardens to find her green roof well underway...
The light blue fabric is a lighter-weight textile that rests on top of the drainage media and keeps the growing media from filtering down and clogging the air space.
The concrete pavers are in and the walkways have been outlined.