So I have a 6ft by 8ft fiberglass truck topper coop that is attached to a 3ft high 2x4 constructed frame, wrapped in hardware cloth. My chickens have been happy and safe for nearly a year in there, but I'd like to take my Po'Dunk Hillbilly coop up a few notches in aesthetics and comfort. Note: Pictures are out of date, waiting on DW to find USB cable for our camera Plan: 1.) Build simple 2x6 frame as a "crown" on top of coop as a shallow planter. 2.) Fashion living wall out of cocao matts and peat moss along steep sloped upper walls held in place by poultry wire that is attached to upper "crown" and at the bottom above the hardware cloth frame. 3.) Add dirt and compost to roof. 4.) fashion irrigation to work with existing garden system. 5.) Plant with grasses and chicken friendly plants, vines and flowers. Coop is already partially protected by trumpet vines that grow above it and behind it on the North side, but the sun gets so very intense here in the summer. A living roof will drop the temps in the coop in the summer and help insulate in the winter. Topic is officially opened for input and I would love to get as many plant suggestions as I can.