1,300 Mexican feather grass Home Design Photos

Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Took all the grass up in my backyard, made large beds and walkways outlined with rocks. Left the grass in the walkways, but the rains have killed the grass. What could be put in the walkways that would look good against beds with straw
planting perennials, and virtually any perennial that is suitable for growing in zones 7 or 8 is a good choice. Consider adding Mexican mint marigold (Tagetes lucida), Mexican bush sage (Salvia leucantha), purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), yellowbells (Tecoma stans) and autumn sage (Salvia gregii)
“Informal paths packed with flowers” — Audrey Harrison
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Parks Residence
bamboo, wooden bench seating, no grass, water feature, mexican beach pebbles
Mexican beach pebbles
Gravel, grass, bench
“Love it” — nickie_rollet
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Grass Terraces
are those black mexican pebbles? /mexican beach pebbles?
Grasses and bush with pavers. Something for the back yard?
grass terrace...Grass Terraces
“Path down east side of house” — becclark2709
L3 Designs
8 Reviews
Tall grass along our back fence?
I love the tall reed grass
Grasses behind fire pit.
Not keen on oriental grasses
Feather plant...Te grasses...tall grasses
“Not keen on oriental grasses” — stephenjackson8307
Carolyn Chadwick
New Garden design for country house
'Karl Foerster' (feather reed grass)
Reed grass...The grass
“Grass” — greggo1
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Potrero House
could do pebbles closer to the tree and then feather the pavers out like is done here
Grass in front of fixed windows in office gust room?
The grass by the window
grasses at large window
exterior no grass
“pavers gravel” — lramaj
SOSTUDIO / Sergio Orduña Architects
1 Review
considering the name of this photo, "Cumbres Doce", you can tell its Mexican. They can make the most of a small area.
modern mexican architecture
Mexican ar
“pool 6” — adenanfaizal
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Exterior
home was also inspired by the variety of materials used in the work of Alvar Aalto, a style Randolph dubs "warm modernism." The brick used here is a Mexican Sand brick, and the wood underneath the overhangs is ipe.
Mexican Sand Brick...mexican sand brick
“Like color combination- warm off white, Walnut wood tone and black window trim” — Two Birds Design
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