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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Rooftop garden @ Wordless Wednesday

Rooftop gardening? Hmm . . . looks like it! :)


Ooh, those succulents look so healthy! :)


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16 comments:

And Miles To Go... said...

very cool!

ruthi said...

it is indeed a rooftop garden. very smart idea.

betchai said...

haha, looks very unique Tes, wonder if the roof can hold the weight when all those cactus would multiply since they can grow very tall too. and yes, they look so healthy, maybe because all the sun they get?

Cheryl said...

I like that idea. I visited the Botanical Gardens that are near my home and the new Children's Garden has several little buildings with rooftop gardens. Very nice.

Joanie said...

it looks nice but i think that can damage the roof :)

AL said...

I hope the roof won't collapse! But that's very cool Tes!

Icy BC said...

Great shots, Tes..I don't know if my roof can hold up if I have plants on it :-)

wenn said...

that's lovely!

George said...

What a great place to grow cactus!

Ann said...

the succulents or cacti do not need much water, otherwise watering the plants might cause leaks. LOL

Hilda said...

That is so awesome, Tes! Hehehe, but I wonder how they trim and maintain it. Sayang, no one was up there while you were there. ;)

Carletta said...

OUCH! Hope it never needs repaired. :)

Tanamera Kayu Ara Spa said...

Oh what a quaintly awesome building.

Ayie said...

quite a thorny garden =)

Lindy MacDuff said...

Gosh this is beautiful! Makes me long for the desert southwest.

Jen said...

It must be hot and dry up there.
Neat find.

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