What are good items to buy for a rooftop garden?
This may be dependent on where you are and exactly what type of rooftop garden you are looking for. The following articles should be of some help to you: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/special/urban/creating-your-own-rooftop-garden.htm
Hey people out in the world can you help me figure out a way of making my school capable of having a roof top garden. If you have any answers for me that would be AMAZING we need all of the help we can get so TALK people and help make our dreams come true!
We love helping out schools. Reply to this email and let us know where you are in the process (even if it is just at the very, very start). We will help you get started with bringing a garden to your school.
What are some hardy plants to use on a city rooftop garden? It is windy, and therefore, everything dries out very quickly.
Wind actually dries the plants out, so you may want to look at plants suitable for xeriscaping. These articles will help:
Our apartment is on the roof of a building of the 9th floor. Please advise me on what details I should follow to install the garden (type and thickness of each layer needed).
This article can offer some suggestions: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/special/urban/creating-your-own-rooftop-garden.htm
How deep or big of container do I need for a vegetable garden?
If you are planting a vegetable garden in containers, most larger plants (tomatoes, peppers, etc) need about a 5 gallon bucket size container. These articles will help:
I am constructing a patio garden above my restaurant. It will have many plants that need a great deal of water, far too much to water bucket-by-bucket. The is no water spigot on the top floor and I was hoping to find some sort of attachment for the sink in the next room to attach a garden hose. Do you know of any products that make this conversion easy?
This is what you are looking for:
You may also what to look into rain barrels and other methods of collecting rainwater.
I am building a roof-top garden. The roof is structurally sound, but I need to cover the area with something to protect the existing external rubber roofing. I have heavy rubber mats with holes for the garden area (often found in commercial kitchens), but have had trouble finding something for the walking area. Would prefer something light colored (the roof is black and heats up to something horrible during the summer). Any material or product suggestions?
Try your local Home Improvement store. There are several products on the market that are of rubberlike or wood construction that fit together like puzzle pieces. The experts there can probably tell you which products are best for allowing you to use your rooftop while preserving the roofing material.