Just a quick update, nodding onions, self heal and yarrow are in full bloom on our entry ecoroof. This ecoroof was a bit of an experiment. Sedums are the standard go-to plant for ecoroofs, hardy drought tolerant succulents that thrive in poor soil. As a result they’re pretty much always used, especially on ecoroofs that aren’t irrigated. So for our entry, we decided to try something that doesn’t have any sedums and instead went with an assortment of native wildflowers and grasses. As this progresses we’ll see what is able to make it through the summer and what pops back up again next spring, but right now its all looking great. The Douglas Asters are yet to bloom, and it looks like we planted a little too late to establish the Oregon Iris and Camas in time for them to bloom this spring so hopefully they’ll go next year, the strawberries looked happy right away and continue to do well.