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Anna Looper
Craftsman exterior
Ideabooks6,318
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Fountain Grass; loves full sun and heat/drought tolerate.
Love love this grass
Purple fountain grass
Love the fountain grass
fountain grass??...fountain grass...Purple grasses...Love the grass...I like this grass...fountain grasses...Ornamental grass...Red grass...Maroon grass...Front grass...purple grass...What grass is this...Purple grass....no grass...love the grass!...Pampas grass
“Porch” — munds4
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
Northern Arlington Residence
Ideabooks3,082
Questions4
I know someone asked before, but the grass in the foreground...
What kind of liriope grass? It looks thinner and more whispy than the species that I've researched.
the tall grass. Will this work on a hillside in direct sun?
evergreen grasses for lower two acres
Creeping lily turf Liliope app Grass like, tolerates some walking
liriope spicata monkey grass- no mow
liriope ground cover to replace Scott's grass on Brady St.
no grass / or very little grass
lush, grass-like look and is also evergreen. Additional choices — depending on your garden's growing conditions — might include periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus, zones 4 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus praecox, zones 4 to 9) or snow-in-summer (Cerastium tomentosum, zones 3 to 9).More plants for your pathways
“Grass as a border?” — beautyfullhome
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Rock Wall
Ideabooks1,086
Questions0
ornamental grass with wheat like seed heads
Aha--was wondering what this tall grass was called...
Wheat like seed heads (maiden grass)
Like the grass growing above walk
grass can get 8 feet tall
Maiden Grass (Miscanthus sinensis) Here is another of those versatile grasses that work well in many gardens due to their size and low
maiden grass - full sun, plant in fall, prune to 12 " in early spring
Situating a clump of ornamental grass along a pathway is
ornamental grass along a pathway is a wonderful way to experience the texture of the stalks and the plume. Allowing the grasses to lean over into a walkway gives the walker an even more visceral experience. Just be careful which grasses you choose. Some can have very sharp blades and would not be pleasant
“bolder look on ground” — stolnacke
David Rolston Landscape Architects
Canyon Road in Dallas
Ideabooks1,097
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Zoyia grass, left unmown, and Arizona Cypress 'Carolina Sapphire" A pretty stellar combination, don't you think? Photo: Patrick L. Boyd David Rolston Landscape Architects
zoysia grass native to china japan and other areas of asia extremely hardy
Zoysia. a warm-climate grass native
what Zoya grass looks like. Needs water so doesn't yellow out. How does it do in winter?
Zoysia. Warm climate, low water grass.
Zoysia grass- no mow, low water!
warm-climate grass native to China, dought-tolerant. Pretty!
grass goes unmown and looks like this
Dry conditions don’t have to mean sacrificing your lawn. Zoysia, a warm-climate grass native to
No mowing of grass & low water maintenance
Zoysia grass! Needs partial sun
“zoysia - drought tolerant landscaping” — raniandamar
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
Ideabooks3,119
Questions3
the pink grasses? How high do they grow?
It is beautiful grass color-where do you purchase it-thanks
The grass in this photo with the feathery, deep pink hue is a 'Muhlenbergia capillaris' (common name: gulf muhly). It can be purchased at your local nursery if it does well in your climate. thanks!
Muhlenbergia capillaris - the pink grass
pink wispy grass- what is it?
nice use of colorful grass to form wild border
muhly grass is native to the East Coast of the United States, so many native plantings incorporate it into prairies, savannas and coastal dunes. Planted en masse, pink muhly blurs where this garden inside the fence ends and that of the outside begins, bridging maintained and wild landscapes.
“.” — jolirette
Wallace Group
1 Review
Residential
Ideabooks1,412
Questions1
feather grass will grow in Part/most shade (but not full-shade)? I'm looking to landscape a pretty steep hillside in a style very similar to the one shown in this photo. Looking for a low maintenance plant that looks great in a grid/group/mass planting like this and will tolerate part shade. (San Francisco
Feather Grass' Just a heads up, these are known to reseed freely...
MEXICAN FEATHER GRASS FOR BETWEEN FLAGSTONE JOINTS
Love the grass my the edges
The grasses all in a row
Nice contrast with grasses against our photinias by Kent's fence.
interval planting of feather grass...shape area.
feather grasses provide some low amber waves of grain right next to the patio.
“low maintenance” — christinec
Clinton & Associates Landscape Architects
Clinton & Associates | Landscape Architects in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virg
Ideabooks935
Questions0
Drifts of grasses that do not interrupt the view.
Grasses like autumn moor grass (Sesleria autumnalis, zones 5 to 8), prairie dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis; zones 3 to 9) or sedge (Carex pensylvanica, zones
weeds. Grasses like autumn moor grass (Sesleria autumnalis, zones 5 to 8), prairie dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis; zones 3 to 9) or sedge (Carex pensylvanica, zones 3 to 8) can also help reduce management needs.
Grass and sage might look good in the backyard
Love the grasses and fall colors
weeds. Grasses like autumn moor grass (Sesleria autumnalis, zones 5 to 8), prairie dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis; zones 3 to 9) or sedge (Carex pensylvanica, zones 3 to 8) can also help reduce management needs.Grand masses of grasses complement blocks of perennials in this landscape, along with a favorite
“Grasses, Russian Sage” — grogers77
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Residential home
Ideabooks4,252
Questions2
THE GRASSES THAT ARE PICTURED HERE HOW HIGH DO THEY GROW?
tall grasses on the left and right are miscanthus varieties --- an exotic invasive. They are threatening our natural areas in MD. I'd advise against planting these.
hydrangea and pampass grass in right corner
Grass behind the garage....like the grass by Walmart
Isa that butterfly bush behind the grasses?
design. Grasses, especially those with a mix of colors in their flower heads, make a great, slightly more contemporary substitute.
“Along fence? Grasses for height and step panels or small plant below for colour?” — meganmarando
Facade ideas please for an unbalanced 70s classic
Help! Our recently purchased 1970's home is in dire need of some direction to fix it's non-symetrical, confused entry, short-changed gabled roof facade...
Landscape: blend in or stand out?
My sister and I bought a house in a suburb about five miles south of Boston. The neighborhood has single-family homes with postage stamp back yards which...
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