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Wildflower roofsSince the 1930s, the UK has lost 97% of its wildflower meadows, so adding even a handkerchief-sized patch goes some way to redressing the balance. Wildflower roofs are arguably prettier than sedum ones, although they’re only in bloom for half the year. They are heavier than sedum roofs, as they require a deeper substrate – around 150mm – which also means weeds can take hold more easily. Many companies will tailor your wildflower selection so you can get the look and attract the insects you desire.Discover more ways to create a wildflower haven in your garden