274 Stipa tenuissima Home Design Photos

CYAN Horticulture
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Stipa tenuissima at the Van Dusen Botanical Garden photo credit: Dave Demers, Principal at CYAN Horticulture
grass (Stipa tenuissima) are some of the best choices.
Stipa tenuissima “feather grass for front entrance walkway” “Ponytail grass (Stipa tenuissima)
grass (Stipa tenuissima) good for dry climate
Grasses for dry garden - this Ponytail grass (Stipa tenuissima)
good for dry climate” “Grasses for dry garden - this Ponytail grass (Stipa tenuissima) and Blue Fescue (Festuca spp).”
getting parched. Blue fescue (Festuca spp) and this Ponytail grass (Stipa tenuissima) are some of the best choices.
fescue (Festuca spp) and this Ponytail grass (Stipa tenuissima) are some of the best choices.
“Blue fescue (Festuca spp) and this Ponytail grass (Stipa tenuissima) are some of the best choices.” — rose2284
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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Botanical name: Stipa tenuissima Common name: Mexican feather grass Where it will grow: Hardy to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 6 to 10); avoid planting
evergreen and would keep within the color scheme. Botanical name: Stipa tenuissima Common name: Mexican feather grass Where it will grow: Hardy to -10
also evergreen and would keep within the color scheme. Botanical name: Stipa tenuissimaCommon name: Mexican feather grassWhere it will grow: Hardy to -10 degrees
“Botanical name: Stipa tenuissima Common name: Mexican feather grass Where it will grow: Hardy to -” — nsongo
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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Mexican feather grass (Stipa tenuissima), feather reed grass (Calamgrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster') and
plants have been selected for their tenacity. Mexican feather grass (Stipa tenuissima), feather reed grass (Calamgrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster') and
Mexican feather grass(Stipa tenuissima) feather reed grass (Calamgrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster') Autumn
plants have been selected for their tenacity. • Mexican feather grass (Stipa tenuissima), feather reed grass (Calamgrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster') and
plants have been selected for their tenacity.Mexican feather grass (Stipa tenuissima), feather reed grass (Calamgrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster') and
“planting” — l0ngchen
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the grasses in the front are Stipa tenuissima ( Nassela tenuissima) or Mexican Feather Grass. There are a few Miscanthus 'Morning
Stipa tenuissima ( Nassela tenuissima) or Mexican Feather Grass. There are a few Miscanthus 'Morning
center, is suddenly treated as a work of art. Mexican feathergrass (Stipa tenuissima) adorns the garden floor like a plush carpet, while a simple, streamlined
Mexican Feather Grass (Stipa tenuissima) This is one of those perfect midsize grasses that seem to find their
In the front, a wide planting bed filled with Mexican feather grass (Stipa tenuissima, zones 6 to 10) creates a sea of soft waves. Its cloudlike appearance
“fence” — harper57
Frank Organ
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winter-flowering heather, Erica carnea, and small grasses (here I used Stipa tenuissima), all underplanted with purple crocus. It gave color through the winter
movement with the grasses swaying in the seasonal winds. Grasses such as Stipa tenuissima can be very easy to grow from seed. Sown in the spring, they make
movement with the grasses swaying in the seasonal winds. Grasses such as Stipa tenuissima can be very easy to grow from seed. Sown in the spring, they make
winter-flowering heather, Erica carnea, and small grasses (here I used Stipa tenuissima), all underplanted with purple crocus. It gave color through the winter
movement with the grasses swaying in the seasonal winds.Grasses such as Stipa tenuissima can be very easy to grow from seed. Sown in the spring, they make
“Crocus are Texas tough perennials! Crocus sativus is where saffron comes from.” — Verdant Grounds
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
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This looks like it could be Stipa tenuissima (Mexican Feather Grass)
Stipa Tenuissima...mexican feather grass
Stipa tenuissima
“Grasses” — craigandilse
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
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Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
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Mexican feather grass, or Stipa tenuissima, or Korean velvet, or Mexican thread greass, Mexican healther
out for their texture rather than their color. Mexican feather grass (Stipa tenuissima, zones 6 to 10), for example, has beautiful fine foliage and a billowy
stipa tenuissima
“Platten” — katharinac
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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Get the Look 1. Start with the tallest plant. Mexican Feather Grass (Stipa tenuissima). This grass not only likes hot, dry conditions, it positively revels
Mexican Feather Grass (Stipa tenuissima). This grass not only likes hot, dry conditions, it positively revels
Get the Look1. Start with the tallest plant.Mexican Feather Grass (Stipa tenuissima). This grass not only likes hot, dry conditions, it positively revels
“Daisy” — Ashley Chen
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