Ultimate Rooftop Garden

As summer is at an end it's never been a better time to make a rooftop garden. the weather conditions are ideal, as there's not much risk of plants dying or drying out from lack of water, unless you forget to water them during any unforeseen dry spells. At this time of year occasional frosts are rare, which gives plants time to start growing before Jack frost nibs at their tender leaves.

This infographic offers some fabulous rooftop garden inspiration for those new to gardening, including hints and tips of what needs to be done before you rush off to the garden centre to start purchasing plants. We've also included drainage ideas, tips for selecting the right type of plants for your rooftop area and choosing the correct type of compost or soil to suit the growing conditions and your plants.

You don't want to be spending your valuable spare time weeding and pruning so we've also included some advice of plant care and maintenance.

To give you a flavour of the potential end results the infographic includes some of the most amazing rooftop gardens from around the world. Believe us, you'll be astounded and inspired!

Read on, and start planning and preparing your own fabulous rooftop garden this weekend.

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Rooftop Garden

Rooftop Garden

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