SOPRANATURE’s TOUNDRA BOX is a pre-vegetated modular tray system. It is composed of a box made of 100% recycled polypropylene and removable, recyclable white belts, containing a filter fabric and a growing medium in which a mix of sedum species is cultivated. The mix of sedums can be adapted according to the hardiness zone and climatic conditions. The TOUNDRA BOX system can be installed on SOPRANATURE green roofs, garden terraces, and plaza decks.


The TOUNDRA BOX boxes are installed with their white belts (removable upper part) left in place. The white belts are removed once the complete next row of boxes is installed and secured in place. The white belts can be recycled. The installation of the TOUNDRA BOX system must be immediately followed by saturation watering. FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON PRODUCT INSTALLATION AS WELL AS RECOMMENDATIONS ON RUSTICITY ZONES AND CLIMATE ZONES, PLEASE CONSULT A SOPREMA REPRESENTATIVE.


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