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Nigel Dunnett is a Reader in Urban Horticulture in the landscape department at the University of Sheffield, where he has developed innovative research programs on naturalistic and ecologically informed planting for gardens and public landscapes. He is director of The Green Roof Centre, Sheffield, and acts widely as a consultant on green roof design and planting, and sustainable garden and landscape design in general.
He writes regularly for landscape and garden publications, including Gardens Illustrated and The Garden. With Noël Kingsbury he wrote Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls; with Andy Clayden, Rain Gardens: Managing Water Sustainably in the Garden and Designed Landscape.
I love this book. It's easy to read. Has a list of sources for appropriate plants, etc. I just can't wait to begin a very small project on my tiny garage in Maine. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Regina D.S.
I am not a professional, just a back yard/rooftop gardener. This book has given me the information I need to create a small, simple rooftop garden.Published 6 months ago by Norma Katz
This book contains very little real information.
If you want to read wistful accounts of what kinds of wildflowers were planted on the roofs of several people you've... Read more
Pictures and how to are perfect!
Very easy directions and tips.
I would recommend this book to anyone wanting green ideas
Great How To Book with awesome Green Roof examples! The book will be very useful in designing a green roof for our new home.Published 12 months ago by Susan H Jordan
Very helpful for someone wanting to do a small scale green roof. My husband and I have been wanting to install a living roof on a small log cabin we own. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Cynthia
This book contains good information with great pictorial references for a Master Gardener. My husband has loved looking through this book for ideas.Published 20 months ago by P. C. Wood