Once you structure your rooftop garden in your mind clear up the path for implementation. Check with your builder or contractor to see if your roof can hold the pressure of the soil containers and so on. Take safety measures- install fences and miniature shelters in order to protect the plants from falling objects ( if you are surrounded by taller buildings for example). Start researching on the type of plants you can grow and talk to a specialist about maintenance. Installing sprinklers is a great idea especially during summer. These being said we wish you a fun time planning and developing the perfect roof garden- please let us know how it goes!
Found on Design Rulz this spectacular rooftop haven was designed by Secret Gardens and provides an unusual place of relaxation far above the racket of the city. The landscaping process was focused on maximizing the vistas and creating a green oasis 25 floors above the ground: “Buxus hedging and topiary cones add a formal element whilst iris and lavender create a whimsical effect. Timber seating frames the garden providing a place to sit and enjoy the garden and the amazing harbor views.” How would you comment on this project? Do you find this type of vantage point appealing in a city as dynamic as Sydney? Or would you rather have a similar terrace in a more secluded part of town at a lower altitude?
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