Did you know rooftop gardens can reduce a buildings' temperature by as much as 9°? Rooftop gardens are basically a hat for buildings!
If you wanna know more about how gardens could prevent a heat apocalypse in our cities, check out the link in bio ☘
UJI TANAMAN DI ROOF TOP
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Yucca elephantiphes (Spineless Yucca) in the foreground & Aloidendron barberae (Aloe Barberae or Tree Aloe) closer to the house, add sculptural form and greenery to the deck surrounding the pool at one of our Mosman projects. Both of these succulents are native to arid regions - Mexico and Sothern Africa respectively - so are ideally suited to very sunny spots that might push other plants to their limits. Photography: @prueruscoe
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1 2115 September, 2019
Happy Sunday☀️A new blog is live, my second WHERE TO EAT: #Norwich post is the @rooftopnorwich😍 Most bars specialise in a good view but this bar ticks every box from view, atmosphere, food and cocktails.
Check out the full review on the blog, I had a salad which was the nicest bowl of goodness!🙌 I’ve been enjoying getting back into blogging recently, it’s been such a crazy few weeks so it’s nice to put some time back into my hobby without the pressure.
I know no one seems to comment on blogs these days, but if you do check it out, please give it some love as I adore the photos, just look at this duck!! 📸😅
Famed for its 10p a pint night, Rooftop Gardens and Casanovas in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, was home to a weekly laser show and its legendary rooftop garden. The night spot often saw visits from the big named DJs of the 80s!
For this wonderful project in Coogee we went to town with Casuarina glauca 'Cousin It' or Casuarina Cousin It, encouraging it to grow in every nook and cranny between boulders brought onto site from the Snowy Mountains. The site spills down to the sea quite steeply and the Cousin It appears to flow across the ground. Furcraea foetida or Mauritius Hemp and Aloe sp. add verticality and work extremely well against the buildings white stuccoed walls. Architecture: Dennis Rabinowitz of @jprarchitects Photography: @prueruscoe
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We love this shot for its clever examination of contrasting shape and colour. Opuntia ‘Burbank Spineless’ (Prickly Pear) is blue green in colour with fleshy ovoid leaves randomly spouting from the plant while Sansevieria trifasciata (Snake Plant) is very upright with leathery variegated leaves. Photography: @prueruscoe
8 59411 August, 2019
A summery shot of one of our Bellevue Hill projects to brighten up this wet and windy Sydney day. Howea forsteriana (Kentia Palm) punctuates one end of the pool while Trachelospermum jasminoides, commonly known as Star Jasmine, softens the pool edge in the foreground. Architecture: tzarchitecture Photography: @prueruscoe
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I wonder if you’d remember you were on a rooftop in this garden? Photo and furniture by @tribu_official_page
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A shot from a recent project in Bronte with a cornucopia of plants captured in this one small area. Beyond the obvious Olea europaea or Olive tree, Kalanchoe beharensis ‘Oak Leaf’ (Felt Bush) sits at the back with Agave gypsophila (Gypsum Century Plant) in front of that. The spiky ball to the right is Dasylirion wheeleri (Common Sotol) and in the foreground, spilling over the planter box is Casuarina ‘Cousin It’ (Cousin It) and Rosmarinus ‘Huntington Carpet’ - commonly known as Prostrate Rosemary. Photography by Daniel Mitchell @danielle_michelle69
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A perfect representation of the beautiful sunny winter days we are enjoying in Sydney at the moment. This scene from one of our Mosman projects shows Bougainvillea ‘Alba’ (White Bougainvillea) pouring over a retaining wall that adjoins the pool and works as a sun trap. Architect: Albert Hoggett Architects Photography: @prueruscoe
6 54211 August, 2019
My current garden🏙️ is having quite less plants coz the plants died😔 coz of the heat wave☀️ in the past month. Thinking of starting fresh.What would you guys suggest please let me know📲! @gardenanswer@jungleboys@citybotanics
P.s I love the money plant.
10 21313 June, 2019
When you stumble upon magical rooftop gardens in NYC 💯I remember when I first discovered @gallowgreen it became my go-to spot every single time I had plans. I couldn’t get enough of it. It’s filled with luscious green plants and gorgeous flowers, rustic tables and adorable little benches and hidden spots where you actually forget for a moment you’re even in New York City. There’s really nowhere that can quite compare 🌿🍃🌱🌷🌸
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