Developed through collaboration with the University of Sheffield’s Professor Nigel Dunnett and the Green Roof Centre, Radmat Wildflower Mat is attractive to pollinators and provides a biodiverse, colourful and drought tolerant range of wildflowers, herbs and flowering perennials that will flourish in the conditions created on many types of green roof.
An alternative to SedumPlus it contains a vibrant mixture of wildflowers, herbs and perennials designed to flourish in dry conditions and produce a biodiverse and colourful visual spectacle. The mix contains a range of wildflowers and herbs including Oxeye Daisy, Lady’s Bedstraw, Cat’s Ear, Yellow Chamomile, Wild Marjoram, Thyme and Chives. In addition pink flowering dianthus is included to provide a vivid splash of colour. The result is a vibrant and dynamic display. The flower seeds mix is carefully chosen to produce a wildflower meadow that will flower over a prolonged period, usually from early spring through to autumn, and to create visual interest.
There are twenty carefully chosen flowering species. The plants in flower will vary through the flowering season and may vary from year to year as the mixture adapts to the soil type, rainfall and temperature. Wildflowers and other flowering perennials provide a food source for birds and favourable habitat for butterflies and other insects.
Unroll over a suitably prepared and irrigated Radmat GM30 Wildflower Substrate, installed to a depth of 75mm (minimum) or 100mm (preferable). Loosely butt sides and ends. Once installed irrigate for the prescribed period based on season.
See Product Data sheet for full plant list and image credits.
|Per roll m2||1.2/2.4m2|
|Weight saturated/moist m2||22kg/15kg|