Developed through collaboration with the University of Sheffield’s Professor Nigel Dunnett and the Green Roof Centre, Wildflower & Sedum Mat is attractive to pollinators and provides a biodiverse, colourful and drought tolerant range of wildflowers, sedums, herbs and flowering perennials that will flourish in the conditions created on many types of green roof.
An alternative to pure SedumPlus it combines the drought tolerant aspects of sedums with the colour and ecological benefits of wildflowers and other species, attracting a wider range of birds, bees, butterflies and invertebrates. Flowering from April to September its mix of wildflowers, including Stonecrop, Lady’s Bedstraw, Cat’s Ear and Yellow Chamomile, three sedum varieties and herbs such as Wild Marjoram and Thyme, and pink flowering perennials like Dianthus are part of the colourful mix flowering in a height range of 200 to 300 mm.
Unroll over a suitably prepared and irrigated Radmat growing medium, 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.
|Per roll m2||1.2/2.4m2|
|Weight saturated m2||25kg|