Published May 1, 2004 by Timber Press, Incorporated .
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Although the topic is in the book's title is has only one chapter on it and about two paragraphs on creating a living wall as opposed to planting in a wall (like a vertical rock garden). I've returned the book.
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I received Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls in the mail to review and I was surprised to discover that I had actually already read it. Well, kind of I read the 1st edition, which is kind of like the difference between King Kong () and King Kong ().Both are great in their own right, but the second edition was updated, with additional bells and whistles.
Planting on roofs and walls began in Europe but is now becoming popular all over the world as people become aware of their beneficial impact on the environment. Green roofs and walls reduce pollution and run-off, help insulate and reduce the maintenance needs of buildings, contribute to biodiversity, and provide food and habitats for wildlife.
Practical techniques to plant roofs and walls, describing how roofs may be modified to bear the weight of vegetation,different options for drainage layers and growing media, and the plants suitable for different environments.
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Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls by N Dunnett & N Kingsbury (Timber Press, ISBN). This book is made available through the RHS Lindley Library.
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A description of the historical development and current techniques for planting on roofs and walls. Apart from inherent beauty, roof greening reaps the environmental benefits of reducing pollution and run-off, insulating against heat and cold and reducing maintenance needs.
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A living wall offers protection from external influences such as the sun, rain, wind and temperature fluctuations and extends the life span of your facade. Increases biodiversity The plants that are included in the a living wall promote the habitat of birds, butterflies and insects, especially in the city environment which is mainly concrete.
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Just wondering which kind of plants are most suitable for green roofs and living walls. Using physiological traits for green roof plant selection.
I touch a bit on this in my book on green.