1,197 Mexican feather grass Home Design Photos

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks1,172
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big muhly, pink muhly, inland sea oats, Mexican feather grass, switchgrass and purple fountain grass are great grasses to try. Choose grasses in 1- to 5-gallon containers. Note: Some grasses, like Mexican feather grass, can be invasive. Be sure your plant choices are appropriate and recommended for your
Russian Sage, Purple Coneflower, White Gaura, and a grass like Mexican Feather Grass, mixed with white Iceberg Roses - nice plant
Perennials. Coneflower, shasta daisy, four-nerve daisy, lantana, salvia and yarrow can be planted in April. Look for 1-gallon pots for faster growth and spread. Ornamental grasses. Maiden grass, bamboo muhly, big
Purple coneflowers, Russian sage and ornamental grasses bloom through July and August.
“echinacea and catmint?” — ejhingan
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Saratoga Estate
Ideabooks436
Questions2
Can someone please identify the grass used here? Thanks!
Love solo sculptures in sea of grasses.
mexican feather grass - Nasella tenulssima
the Mexican Feather Grass
Colorful and texture grass
Mexican feather grass
mexican feather grass
Love the grass!...the grass
“Rye” — warne
Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
Ideabooks33
Questions0
as golden ruby barberry (Berberis thunbergii 'Goruzam', zones 4 to 8) or midnight wine weigela (Weigela 'Midnight Wine', zones 4 to 8). Add Mexican feather grass (Stipa tenuissima) for contrasting texture while repeating the soft white color of the flowers, or perhaps use a silver-foliage plant, like
to 8).Add Mexican feather grass (Stipa tenuissima) for contrasting texture while repeating the soft white color of the flowers, or perhaps use a silver-foliage plant, like silver mound wormwood (Artemisia schmidtiana 'Silver Mound', zones 4 to 8).Note: Barberries and Mexican feather grass may be invasive
“Abelia 'Edward Goucher' Le jardinet” — Cherry Ong
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks31,632
Questions11
What is the wheat colored grass and the grass between the stones?
what kind of grass is that, really smooth :)
Love this design. What are the taller grasses in front of the windows?
what is the grass between thr pavers
That material is called Mexican feather grass.
How do you keep the feather grass controlled
Where can I get this type of grass
Zoysia tenuifolia, AKA, Korean velvet grass.
Can you tell me what kind of grass that is growing between the pavers?
I like the grasses, similar to what I have out front.
Mexican feather grass and grass between pavers
Love the pavers and the tall grass
Cut stone pavers/three rivers & Korean velvet grass
Don't like plant grass that looks like wheat.
I like the grass between the steps
“Zoysia Korean velvet grass between pavers....” — Jane George
Modern
Ideabooks337
Questions1
What grass is that in the foreground?
Mexican feather grass and wood siding
Wade really likes this grass and the brick design.
Stone, wood, lighting and grass landscape
Mexican feather grass
Like the pathway and grass
Looks like Mexican feather grass.
Grass ...
“glass hallway/entrance” — amytrex
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks497
Questions2
What is the light colored grass in the foreground, and what is the darker purple grass in the background? Also, do either of them need to be cut back in the winter? This is gorgeous.
Thank you. The purple grass is Pennisetum setaceum 'Rubrum' / Purple Fountain Grass, which can be cut back in fall/winter. The light colored grass is Nassella tenuissima / Mexican Feather Grass, which do not need to be cut back. it also reseeds freely.
lavender & Mexican feather grass together
Like the barley (?) grass and lavender effect
the grasses with the lavender is a pretty contrast
love the light green grass with purple lavender
“Pool” — candicewild
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
Ideabooks1,478
Questions1
There are several grasses - Calamagrostis, Festuca maireii, and Mexican Feather Grass.
are several grasses - Calamagrostis, Festuca maireii, and Mexican Feather Grass.
There are several grasses - Calamagrostis, Festuca maireii, and Mexican Feather Grass.
large cement platforms; straight lines; grasses as ground cover
Beautiful grasses...like the dark ones accented in and some of the tall ones
drifts of needlegrass (Nasella sp), reed grass (Calamagrostis sp) and Festuca maireii are punctuated with a mix of flowering plants.
If you're going to mix in several different kinds of plants, aim for a casual, less orderly approach. Here, drifts of needlegrass (Nasella sp), reed grass (Calamagrostis sp) and Festuca maireii are punctuated with a mix of flowering plants. The powerful lines and scale of the walk make this naturalized
“coastal landscaping” — rileylass
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks169
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Mexican Feather Grass with Santa Barbara Daisy
Finish with a carpet of tiny daisies. Mexican Fleabane Daisy (Erigeron karvinskianus
Mexican Fleabane Daisy (Erigeron karvinskianus 'Profusion')
finish with a carpet of tiny daisies called Mexican Fleabane Daisy, what a pretty idea,
it looks. Allow it to scramble over boulders, dangle over the edge of containers or create a flowering carpet through which taller perennials and grasses can grow. It thrives in full sun or partial shade and is drought tolerant once established. In winter it will die to the ground, but it will quickly
3. Finish with a carpet of tiny daisies.Mexican Fleabane Daisy (Erigeron karvinskianus 'Profusion'). Reminiscent of the daisies of many people's childhoods, this rapidly spreading ground cover is much tougher than it looks. Allow it to scramble over boulders, dangle over the edge of containers or create
“Mexican Fleabane daisy (profusion)” — onthefritz3
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