Hardy succulents like sedums, semperveriums, and ice plants are ideal for roof gardens, they require little soil and water, and can take long periods with not much watering.this would be really pretty as a roof to a chicken coop
Garden design by carolyn mullet: Plant stairs with succulents - this actually works very well, the succulents thrive on the heat from the stone in summer. If you periodically wash the stairs off with (Garden Step Gabion)
Love to look of bright mixed flowers in the crate. The best of British flowers for summer, by five top florists - Telegraph. Even if you've just got a window box, there's still something you can do to help the bees and the butterflies.