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  • Cylindropuntia imbricata
    This hardy North American cactus can be used to add height and structure to a green roof.
  • Delosperma cooperi
    Large magenta flowers top a thick mat of green succulent foliage. A reliable and hardy species that grows rapidly and covers well. One of the most popular Delosperma in the trade.
  • Delosperma nubigenum
    Bright yellow blooms, in spring only. Foliage turns a bright reddish-pink, in cold weather.
  • Dianthus arenarius
    Fragrant, feathery white flowers and slender grass-like green foliage.
  • Dianthus carthusianorum
    Bright magenta blooms on tall blue-green stems. Narrow grass-like green-blue foliage is clump forming.
  • Echinacea purpurea
    This eastern North American Native is a good accent plant on a green roof. It can add height and color with its bright purple daisy-like flowers as well as attracting a range of pollinators.
  • Echium russicum
    Echium russicum is a great accent plant adding color and diversity to a green roof. Flowers are red spikes and attract many pollinators.
  • Geranium x cantabrigiense ‘Bikovo’
    This is not your typical Geranium. Green foliage turns red in fall before dormancy. Flowers are pink.
  • Heuchera americana
    This eastern North American Native is grown for its beautiful foliage. It is an accent plant that will tolerate more shade than many other green roof plants.
  • Ipomopsis rubra
    North American Native. Brilliant red flowers on spikes 3 or 4 feet high. Feathery green foliage. Highly drought tolerant.
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