187,883 grass garden Home Design Photos

Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Meadow Planting
like the tall grasses in background
Back drop of natural grasses for focal point of possible sculpture
blue fescue (Festuca glauca) and feather reed grass (Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster')
cottage or English garden. The muted colors reflect those found in the city's often foggy natural landscape and create a year-round peaceful retreat.
This Victorian is complemented by a variety of drought-tolerant grasses including blue fescue (Festuca glauca) and feather reed grass (Calamagrostis 'Karl
quickly. Many natural grasses require little pruning and care. Look for non-invasive varieties suited to your climate.
Though most modern landscapes are paired with a contemporary or at least ranch-style house design, you don't need to stick with that. These ornamental grasses work surprisingly well
“don't like either the bluish grass or the tall wheat like grass- not the right look for our property” — Kimberly Selkoe
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Can you tell me what type of grass is used in this fantastic massing?
Is there a lot of care involved with the grasses? Do they have to be cut down like say Pampas Grass? Thanks!
Mexican feather grass invasive in Southern California?
the grasses in the front are Stipa tenuissima ( Nassela tenuissima) or Mexican Feather Grass. There are a few Miscanthus 'Morning Light' grasses closer to the
care of Mexican feather grass- comb with rake to remove heavy dried material, then pops back up. What we have?
Fence, grasses, pop of color. Too much of one plant though. Needs to be mixed up, and needs more variation in foliage color.
Soft waves of grasses. Maybe in back of yard?
(Stipa tenuissima) This is one of those perfect midsize grasses that seem to find their way into many gardens. Its soft texture and lighter green color set it apart from other grasses, and its low-maintenance needs endear it to many gardeners. It's known to be invasive on some parts of the American West Coast
“Option for patio fence” — pujadasb
2.ink Studio | Landscape Architecture
Hoke Residence
Lighting Stairway--Sometimes combining different types of lighting works best. The dramatic steps rising above this grass garden and turning by the water feature are completely
garden and water feature with lighting idea
Uniform grasses and gravel multiple of same plants/grasses against hard lines
limit your options when planning your lighting. Sometimes combining different types of lighting works best. The dramatic steps rising above this grass garden and turning by the water feature are completely lit rather than simply bathed in a light that blurs the edges. This lighting scheme not only highlights
“.” — jolirette
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Architectural Gardens, Inc
4 Reviews
Lake Bluff, IL Modern Garden
Love it. How do you get the grass weed-free?
name for such a beautiful grass!
This is an awesome grass garden
love the grass look without cutting
ground cover that is not grass
I like the long prairie grass
nly called liriope, this evergreen ground cover features dark green strappy leaves and grows well in zones 5 to 10. Similar in appearance to mondo grass, it has leaves that are just a bit wider and grows to a height of 1 foot to 1½ feet tall. It tolerates a wide range of soil conditions and grows in
“a very simple setting that creates fabulous visual appeal” — Access Home Staging
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
What type of grass is this?
love this grass what is it - thanks
the cats would love this ornamental grass
Love the contrast of natural grass to modern bench
This is just the grass I want. What is it?
could we have something like this but a bit smaller in the front so you can sit in the garden ...
If you love the look of grass but don't need a baseball field
Grasses. If you like the idea of grass but don't have time to mow the yard every week, ornamental grass may be a good alternative. The long, wispy blades will rustle softly in the breeze.
This bench seems perfectly situated in a field of waving grass. Afloat in a field of wispiness, the strong lines
“Bench” — Cherisse Profeta Lausier
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
San Francisco Residence
Can you tell me the name of the grasses used in this landscape? Very nice. Thanks!
shades of green and puffy grass
Blue Oat Grass, Berkeley Sedge Blue Fescue
Blue oat grass, blue fescue grass, Barkely sedge
blue fescues and some blue oat grass as well as Berkeley sedge .
grasses alongside flowering plants
Could the circle be grass.
stone, gravel, grasses, curves
puffs of grass...Multiple grasses...Grasses and plants...Minimal grass...Grass ideas...garden layout...Paver color. Grass....Grass garden...Use of grasses...rockery garden area
“Tiny green puffs of grass” — anneambrose
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Fenske Pool
What evergreen would look good in front or feather reed grass. Thanks.
the look of mini pavers and grass
Set below the grass height-- just mow over them. Easy
Feather reed grass for along driveway
Corten steel and karl foerster grass
tall grasses - feather reed grass
Distinguishing traits. Commonly described as the grass in perpetual motion, feather reed grass brings together two great architectural qualities: vertical reach and movement. The light feathery foliage ebbs and sways with any amount of wind, enabling any landscape to appear more dynamic and responsive
Feather reed grass: Calamagrostis x acutiflora "Karl Foerster" is an upright, slender grass with blonde flowers (shown) from late summer through early winter. Because it reaches 4 feet tall but only 2 feet wide, it can be an effective choice against the house or near pathways
“Prairie grasses” — reifca
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Would like to have a couple of clumps of truffling big grass to accent front parking area. What kind of grass is this?
as border grasses at the edging of the yard as it progresses into the wooded areas” “The softer tones of lavender also mix well with lighter shades and
The softer tones of lavender also mix well with lighter shades and wispy plumes of grass.
“Side of house” — clipperhouse
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