Added by on 2018-07-13

Hi everyone, hope you are having a good weekend! I just wanted to quickly show you how the plants are doing out on the roof terrace in June 2018 before the makeover begins! They have grown loads with all of the sunshine and the storms we had in London. Let me know if you have any tips for getting rid of the snails. Please give this video a thumbs up if you enjoyed it and want to see more updates from the roof garden, and don’t forget to click subscribe if you are new here for weekly videos! Thank you so much for watching. Sorry about the noise!! 🙂 SUBSCRIBE FOR WEEKLY VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/mrcarrington MY SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mistercarri… Twitter: https://twitter.com/_mrcarrington Blog: https://www.mrcarrington.co.uk Music: Hyperfun by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/…) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-… Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Related PostsLondon Walk Around. The Roof Garden of Crossrail Place in Canary WharfLondon becomes a Roof Garden City with green living roofs, sky gardens and sustainable sky parksMittleider Garden Update: Albert & Irene’s Fall GardenLondon Eco Metal Roof Manufacturing – Eco Tile Installation (Method 2)London Eco Metal Roof Manufacturing – Eco Tile Installation (Method 1)Al Jarreau – Roof Garden ☆ Live In London • 1984 [HQ AUDIO]

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17 Comments

  • Jan Enderwitz 1 month ago

    The weed with the small pink flowers are wild geraniums and the bees love it! Beware though as it will seed itself everywhere- however it pulls out really easily it it ends up somewhere that you don't want it!

  • Given To Grow 1 month ago

    lol the noises. I feel you hehe.

  • K London 1 month ago

    I think you are very talented! I enjoy every single vlog.
    Between, Your hair style is always so lovely.

  • Barbara Jones 1 month ago

    thanks for exposing this!

  • dexterelementfighter 1 month ago

    I like your roof garden…it’s so relaxing! Hope you can make more vids of it 🙂

  • Kathy Gilbreath 1 month ago

    Lovely flowers. Love your comedy at the end of your videos.

  • soniabebbington 1 month ago

    Lol I drink some of it first

  • soniabebbington 1 month ago

    I started pouring beer around and on my hostas I even have a bowl of beer near them it seems to be working to keep the slugs from eating them

  • Karl Yenson 1 month ago

    Looks beautiful, the rain certainly works wonders for the plants but also the weeds too. You can buy slug and snail pellets from Poundland which might help with the snail problem or place some fishtank gravel around the base of the plant.

  • Karl Saba 1 month ago

    Your roof terrace is very beautiful all the plants just to sit around them is relaxing but is also a lot off work to maintaining all these plants good video

  • MICHELLE HUTSBY 1 month ago

    Slugs love Hostas, you need some slug pellets.

  • Tammy Finch 1 month ago

    You found out it was not that bad for us at all. The only time I even thought about it was when you would stop all exasperated @ them. No worries. It was good.

  • Tammy Finch 1 month ago

    The green/yellow is an Agave.

  • Tammy Finch 1 month ago

    Looks like a grape vine.

  • Pleasant Prickles 1 month ago

    I like kind methods of pest control. I suggest you drive them out to the country. You know you want to go anyway! Or you could give them names and keep them in a terrarium. Don’t salt them, what a terrible death they’d have.

  • Will William 1 month ago

    Those Clematis blooms are so beautiful! That poor Hosta got attacked by snails, hopefully they will bounce back soon! Good luck. Have a nice weekend Iwan! 😀

  • Loulou's Corner 1 month ago

    Your terras is beautiful!! Can't wait to see what you do to it. As for snails….. You can try leaving dishes or pots filled with salt, preferably ones with covers and entrance holes so it won't get flooded when it rains. Scatter them around and the snails will crawl into them.