This isn’t a true green roof but it offers a whole new way to plant succulents for your summer garden. You can turn the roof of any garden shed into a new place to grow succulents. Simply apply a edging on top of the fascia, then spread a layer of thick plastic sheeting on top of the roofing material. Poke small drain holes where you want it to drain. On top of this spread shallow layer (4″ min.) of Black Gold Cactus Mix Potting Soil over the area to be planted. Moisten and pack it into place. Then plant your seedling succulents so they mature over the summer. When end of season rolls around, remove it all for winter and pot up the succulents to bring indoors.
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