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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXVI, Issue 1
Written by Cristina ZLATI, Roxana PAȘCU, Roberto BERNARDIS

Green roofs are a way of landscape development that combines aesthetics with ecological functions of these types of facilities. The sustainability of this approach lies in combining economic, aesthetic and especially functional, making them the primary aspects anchored in determining the choice of the most suitable crop systems. Romania is an European country where culture tree species with ornamental value is well represented by a great diversity of species and varieties that are favorable climatic conditions for growth and flowering, while ensuring décor staggered throughout the year. A difference from the landscaping from the ground is that the arrangements of roofs and terraces rarely work with plants decorative through flowers, such as the use of tree species is more than appropriate in this case. Extending the concept of Green Roof has advantages in terms of encouraging environment, educational system and the community life, fostering solidarity population to achieve a framework for proper management of long-term spaces. Implementing the concept of green roofs in public areas can be very successful, both in the short and long term, primarily by reducing pollution and improving the aesthetics of such spaces furnished. Diversification research in this area and finding new techniques for obtaining more efficient and rapid production of a higher quality is one of the current priorities of food safety programs.

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