103,957 moss roof Home Design Photos

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
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worn out roof was replaced with a green roof, planted with moss and ferns gathered along the Columbia River Gorge. The green roof offers insulation as well as a playful visual counterpoint to the traditional white cottage. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
green roof was done. What was used as a barrier underneath? How deep is it, etc.?
I like both the green roof and the flat wood undersided covering for front porch
Simple treatment of roof over the entry
“R” — lobeau444
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
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plant moss and ferns on the roof please a great idea
from the moss from ruining the wood?
This is called a Green Roofing System, it actually makes roofs last 20 years LONGER than normal. It is very popular in Europe and places like Germany for the roofs of Skyscrapers. If you search Green Roofing Systems you will see the make-up of the roof and companies etc that
that the roof in NOT rotten, but meant to look this way and has been inspected thoroughly" other wise buyers might just not be interested.
it's a green roof. There is a membrane on the roof before the growing medium is placed on the roof. This type of roof construction is becoming more common
love a roof like that. I live on Vancouver Island with lots of rain and trees so old roofs tends to look very similar to this if you leave them long enough. Can't imagine what an "average potential buyer" would think if you wanted to sell the house eventually though. I'd be tempted to stick a sign in
“Lights” — lazoo
Briburn
Home on Pemaquid Pond
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vegetated roof is planted with alpine seedums and helps with storm-water management. It not only absorbs rainfall to reduce runoff but it also respires, so heat gain in the summer is zero. Photo by Trent Bell
Not to the roof, but I like the rock, windows and siding, and style
Love the open-ness and the moss on the roof.
green roof is only for a green building.Certainly there are many green building certifications that award points for the installation of a green roof. The environmental benefits are undeniable. However, even homes that don't have a specific eco objective can benefit from the aesthetic and economical
“Moss?” — Nathan Nichols
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Stephanie's Cottage
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Spanish moss! I wonder if it's easy to grow?
very welcoming, nice brickwork, stair lights, wooden features, roof lines
Roof of porch. Would look cute on walnut street.
Beautiful Low Country home on raised piers. Nice mix of materials. Love the dark metal roof.
Spanish moss metal roof
below roof structure,
porch a roofing material
Spanisgh moss...Spanish moss
“pathway” — andyfe
Prentiss Architects
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North Bay Residence
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on this roof and how deep is the growing medium?
What plants did you use on the roof top?
I did not find the roof drainage on the roof, how does it work?
green roof that carries all the water to the low end of the roof, where we have a concealed gutter (where the strip of small stones are in this photo) that drains to gutters
What is the pitch on this roof and how deep is the growing medium? sorry for the repeat
The roof was planted with mats of sedum - established off-side and simply rolled out over the roof assembly
Maybe have a green roof? depending on design
An “extensive” green roof, on the other hand, is a thinner
Green roofs are so cool. We have one on our local Library.
Green roof and stone horizontal layer
“stone” — rcpatterson
Gary Gladwish Architecture
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Eagle Ridge
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bark and moss. The roof channels stormwater into a retention pond to help manage erosion on the rocky cliffside.
cheap materials for roof of porch? back extension?
bark and moss. The roof channels stormwater into a retention pond to help manage erosion on the rocky cliffside.
bark and moss. The roof channels stormwater into a retention pond to help manage erosion on the rocky cliffside. Quio, Gladwish’s black Lab–border collie mix, sits atop the rocky terrain.
“retention pond” — belve
Envi Interior Design Studio
Whitefish Private Spa and Pool house
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garage / wave pool roof - becomes grass in front of suite windows??
Grass on top of lower-structure's roof.
moss covering the roof
and the moss covering the roof above.
Garden roof...Living roof...moss roof in MT...use of roof space
“yes” — rivkahnc
Le jardinet
Moss elements in the garden
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Moss "shrouds" to unify mis-matched planters? Moss "shrouds" to cover something to ugly to put in view?
For best results, use native moss and apply when evaporation is low (that
Thick layer of moss suggests a sense of permanence
love love love moss - recipe in this article
Moss smoothie. If you are impatient for nature to take its course, you can easily kick-start a moss culture with one of these two recipes, which are said to work equally well. For best results, use native moss and apply when evaporation
Moss as a border .... Good idea since I have a yard full of moss.◀:-)
Moss covered planters, moss as substitute for mortar in backyard
velvety moss completely shrouds these plant pots and offers a wonderful counterpoint to the stiff lines of the clipped topiary. Over years the moss has spilled over the steps onto the meandering pathway, literally connecting the planter to the landscape. Moss suggests a sense of permanence in a way that
“Moss in planters of boxwood” — smontg05
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