How is this feed used and why?
If you have a green roof (also known as a living roof), then you need to help ensure that it is able to grow and stay strong throughout the year. Whilst they typically don’t require that much maintenance, green roofs definitely need fertiliser to remain healthy all year round. As such, we have created our specially formulated Sedum Fertiliser.
This green roof fertiliser features a completely new formula that means it can cover up to 65m2, helping to ensure that your living roof is as strong and healthy as possible. As Sedum Fertiliser is an essential part of any recommended green roof maintenance regime, you need to make sure you use the right mix and formuly.Harrowden Sedum Fertiliser is a slow release organic feed that has been formulated specifically for healthy and robust flowers. As such, it helps to maximise the benefits for any living roof.
Our specifically formulated Sedum fertilisers offer a wealth of advantages for green roofing such as biodiversity, insulation, rainwater amelioration, and oxygen production. As the plants found on a green roof typically have a relatively shallow layer of growing medium, it is imperative that there is a robust, healthy plant layer. Since these green roof plants do not have the same access to water and nutrients as those at ground level, Sedum Fertiliser must be used to keep them healthy. It’s important to make sure that these plants are well nourished so that they will be able to withstand summertime droughts and winter frosts.
Boasting use by professionals, each tub covers 65 square metres. Natural Green Roof Feed may be applied at any time of year. However, for best results, apply in early spring and again in early summer. We recommend you follow the instructions provided with the product. We also suggest that the mentioned application rate is not exceeded.
Technical Specifications: N8-P4-K8 + 3% MgO, trace elements, seaweed, humates, zeolites
Total Nitrogen (N) - 8%; Phosphorous Pentoxide (P2O5) - 4% (1.74% P); Potassium Oxide (K2O) - 8% (6.64% K); Magnesium Oxide (MgO) - 3% (1.8% Mg)