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Martin with his wife, Emily, and sons, Dillon and Drew

From the article: Flashings
Issue: July 2009



Plant materials can require a six- to eight-week lead time and have sunlight and hydration requirements before, during and after being planted on rooftops.

Photo courtesy of Green Roof Blocks, St. Louis

From the article: A natural fit
Issue: July 2009



It is important that a building owner knows before purchasing a vegetative green roof that some supplemental irrigation will need to be provided.

Photo courtesy of Green Roof Blocks, St. Louis

From the article: A natural fit
Issue: July 2009



Fertilizing vegetative green roof plants for the first three to five years will allow the plants to establish root systems and foliage necessary to become self-sustaining.

Photo courtesy of Green Roof Blocks, St. Louis

From the article: A natural fit
Issue: July 2009



Weeds regularly should be removed from vegetative green roofs to prevent them from becoming a huge chore.

Photo courtesy of Green Roof Blocks, St. Louis

From the article: A natural fit
Issue: July 2009



Screws and one of the metal decks used during the test

Photo courtesy of Jim D. Koontz & Associates Inc., Hobbs, N.M.

From the article: Dealing with debris
Issue: July 2009



Debris collected below one of the decks

Photo courtesy of Jim D. Koontz & Associates Inc., Hobbs, N.M.

From the article: Dealing with debris
Issue: July 2009



A Marty Robbins Roofing employee installs soffit and dentil mould

Photo courtesy of Marty Robbins Roofing Co. Inc., Dothan, Ala.

From the article: A Dutch design
Issue: July 2009



Eye Center South's new Dutch-inspired roof system

Photo courtesy of Marty Robbins Roofing Co. Inc., Dothan, Ala.

From the article: A Dutch design
Issue: July 2009


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