TerraCottem Universal in Roof Gardens

Roof Gardens

TerraCottem increases the soil's water and nutrient holding capacity, the plants' resistance to extreme growing conditions and allows you to use a wider variety of plants. 

A roof garden is mostly a garden located in an unusual place, often with limited access where plants are devoid of a nourishing soil.  The plants on roofs, balconies (pots) and walls (green walls) are generally confronted with a low volume of substrate that needs a substantial amount of input of water and nutrients. 

By incorporating TerraCottem Universal into the growing medium, the substrate’s water and nutrient holding capacity is increased resulting in better plant growth, increased plant survival rate and helps you maintain healthy looking plants. 

Tuindesign Lammert Kroesen, Smilde, The Netherlands.
Tuindesign Lammert Kroesen, Smilde, The Netherlands.
Tuindesign Lammert Kroesen, Smilde, The Netherlands.
TerraCottem Universal in green walls, Santa Fe, Colombia.
TerraCottem Universal in green walls, Santa Fe, Colombia.
TerraCottem Universal in green walls, Santa Fe, Colombia.
TerraCottem Universal in roof gardens, Benalup, Spain.
TerraCottem Universal in roof gardens, Benalup, Spain.
TerraCottem Universal in roof gardens, Benalup, Spain.
TerraCottem Universal in roof gardens, Benalup, Spain.
TerraCottem Universal in roof gardens, KOC Smichov, Czech Republic.
TerraCottem Universal in roof gardens, KOC Smichov, Czech Republic.
TerraCottem Universal in roof gardens, Darling Harbour Park, Sydney, Australia.

Broaden your horizon with our TerraCottem soil conditioning technology and make your roof garden a growing success.

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