We were asked to carry out maintenance this large Sedum roof in Kent this week. The roof is in flower and, as you can see from the video and images, attracting hordes of honey bees.
This stunning example just goes to show the importance of urban greening to attract our precious bees and give them somewhere to forage.
Research has repeatedly shown that greening and rewilding built up areas provides vital habitats for rapidly vanishing biodiversity. As human activity has an increasing impact on nature many species are increasingly finding themselves with nowhere to go. As this example shows urban greening is effective, attractive and beneficial to all of us.
Please contact us if your living wall requires maintenance or remedial work, or want to discuss your own urban (or rural!) greening project. We have many years experience working on urban greening infastructure from small living roofs to large, blue roof, rain attenuation projects. For information on our urban greening services click here: