Traditional green roofs are made from sod, but there are more productive plants that you can use for your green roof. Planting vegetables, herbs, and flowers give you the benefit of growing your own food while still regulating building temperature, insulate for sound, cleaning the air, and attracting wildlife. Grass tends to be more labor intensive than it is worth because it requires a lot of inputs in order to stay healthy and there are other plants that would be more productive.
Sedums and prairie grass are better choices, as they can withstand many weather conditions and don’t require as much water or maintenance as regular grass.
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