Rooftop trees are a special category of deep intensive systems. With a media depth of 14 inches or more, they require two different types of media to provide the right mix of aeration and organic matter for the deeper root zone, which this rooflite soil system provides. The top layer can be installed directly on top of the base layer without using a separation fabric, similar to natural soil profiles with different horizons that have specific properties.
An engineered growth media that has optimized performance characteristics for intensive green roofs, rooftop gardens, container gardens and planters. Learn More
Used with deep intensive systems to meet the special requirements of a deeper root zone. rooflite intensive base is placed beneath rooflite intensive to mimic the soil horizons and properties found in natural soil profiles. Learn More
A root permeable fabric used to separate the growth media from the drainage layer. Learn More
Granular lightweight aggregate that creates a natural root environment and can be used as an alternative to a synthetic drainage layer. It can also be used as a bedding layer when pavers or patios are specified. Learn More