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November 19, 2010
Land planted with sedum, a group of succulents, grown by farmer Nate Lengacher in western Montana springs...
Florence, UNITED STATES
Land planted with sedum for green roof usage
Land planted with sedum, a group of succulents, grown by farmer Nate Lengacher in western Montana springs from a geo-textile mat (foreground) topped by thin layers of soil in this undated photograph. The plants are harvested by cutting and rolling the plant-laden mats for transport and installation on roofs with little to no slope. Despite the sluggish economy and the high cost, about $200 million worth of green roofs were installed in the United States and Canada in 2009, up about 16 percent from 2009. REUTERS/Laura Zuckerman (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
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