Growth of rooftop plants defines ‘green building’, even in Connecticut

Nov 7th, 2012 | By | Category: Green Building

Spread out in an isolated section of the 400-acre Pride’s Corner Farms, a low-key $1 million-a-year operation brings the concept of “green” building to new heights — rooftops, to be specific.

Here on a rolling six acres, exposed to the elements inside low-slung plastic trays, sit drought- and weather-resistant plants such as sedum, chives, grasses and allium that are custom grown for green-roof projects around the country.

For more on this story, visit: Growth of rooftop plants defines ‘green building’ – Norwich, CT – The Bulletin.

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