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Blue Oat Grass Botanical name: Helictotrichon sempervirensCommon name: Blue oat grassUSDA zones: 4 to 8; hardy to less than 0 degrees Fahrenheit (find your zone)Water requirement: Occasional; drought tolerant Light requirement: Full sun to light shadeMature size: 2 feet tall and wideBenefits and tolerances:
blueoat grass full sun to light shade 2 feet tall
pair blue oat grass with lavender to line front path?
WOULD LOOK GOOD COMBINED WITH LAVENDER...USE EXISTING BLUE GRASS PLANTS I HAVE WITH LAVENDER
oat grass 2 ft wide
Helictotrichon sempervirens, blue oat grass- 2 ft tall and wide
Like this blue oat grass...it needs sun. Too much shade makes it flop over.
Blue-Oat A cool-season grass, blue oat grass thrives in mild temperatures
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Golden Japanese Forest Grass
Forest Grass / Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola' A graceful, colorful groundcover for shady areas. Slender stems hold bright yellow foliage with thin green stripes having the effect of a tiny bamboo. Great in containers.
Great grass but dogs love it!!
japanese forest grass- will be greener in shade 2" tall by 3 'wide
Japanese forest grass. Grows 2 feet tall 3 feet wide.
Japanese Forest grass - shade, zone 4.
GOLDEN JAPENESE FOREST GRASS.( MIEUX À L'OMBRE )
Japanese forest grass, partial to full shade, 2-3', moisture
Would love to source some of this amazing grass
forest grassUSDA zones: 4 to 9 Water requirement: Moisture-retentive soilLight requirement: Partial to full shade, but it will be greener in full shadeMature size: 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide When to plant: In spring or fall
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
is the grass used in this? I love it
Red Fescue Grass and olive trees
This is cool tall grass. Looks magical.
No mow grass is a winner.
festuca rubra; so probably CR buffalo grass on west side of house; no mow grass
Love it. Interesting. Pot long grass
Grasses are a perfect choice for planting landscape rivers. Choose grasses that don't grow straight up, such as a Red Fescue or Festuca rubra, seen here. These grasses wave in the wind, almost looking like water as you walk through the path.
Jamie Van De Vanter
Blood grass is such a good border idea
mass plantings of blood grass...use in the burn or front drive
Like the blood grass in large areas along the driveway/walkway
spectacular grass Imperata cylindrica 'Red Baron'. Planted here in blocks, they really are breathtaking. It's not the easiest to grow, needing full sun in a moist soil. Strangely, the color starts at the tips of the shoots in spring and gradually suffuses through the plant. It is worth remembering that leaves
blood grass makes a grand statement and requires little to no care when restrained in large beds.
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
Hi, what type of grass is that?
Raised boardwalk and tall soft grasses.
ornamental grasses is a low-maintenance alternative to annuals along yard walkways.
like the tall grass Miscanthus sinesis
grass border maybe along lawn to shed
love the different color at the top of the grass
like the grass planted by walk. would be cool by walkway over water garden
ornamental grasses, how could you not run your fingers along the edges of this Japanese silver grass as you walk down this path?
A mass planting of grasses flanking an unusual walkway fills a long space. It reminds me of walking down to the beach, but with a far more interesting boardwalk than you'll
these grasses, is best appreciated on a windy day. It can appear as if the individual plants have merged to form a single unit as they sway and bend in unison with the breeze.
Diamond Hill Estate
I live in Lake Tahoe. We have issues with rabbits and our dog's urine ruining the grass. We've tried everything. Thinking of options and the natural, whispy lawn looks intriguing.
Grasses, all colours textures and heights.
rock and grass look im going for-where can we do it- very good/ clean
Nice concept using natural grass and more.
Nice use of grass and rocks
Pretty no mow lawn. Looking at the grass mainly.
Bliss Garden Design
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
Lov Japanese Forest grass. I use it frequently in garden designs.
Grace Design - Golden Hakone Grass mit großen Steinen
Golden Hakone Grass, Soloman's Seal, Stone
the grass-like plants in the foreground are Acorus gramineus 'Ogon'. Behind these, the chartreuse grasses on the left and right are
Plants for a Shady, Wet Site” “Golden Variegated sweet Flag (Acorus Gramineus Ogon) Grass for partial shade and wet area, Japanese Forest Grass (Hakonechloa Macra Aureola)”
Partial shade, constantly moist area: grasses (Acorus Gramineus "Ogon"
Grasses for shade and wet conditions
Golden Variegated Sweet Flag & Japanese Forest Grass - partial or full shade
A blend of two soft yellow grasses has been used along the path and creek bed. Fan-shaped golden variegated sweet flag (Acorus gramineus
Pearson Landscape Services
West Lake Project
Blue eyed grass installed on berm. This grass, actually a member of the iris family, blooms once a year in mid March. This project was designed by architect Gregory Thomas of CG&S Design Build. Mark Biechler of Pearson Landscape assisted in plant design and layout. Landscape project was built by Pearson
Blue-eyed Grass (related to the Iris family)
blue eyed grass (member of iris family), blooms only once a year in mid march.
Blue eyed grass native zone 5
for front bed? Blue Eyed Grass
Love the blue-eyed grass, wish it had a longer bloom season
Blue-Eyed Grass Sisyrinchium bellum USDA zones: 5 to 10 Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature
-Eyed GrassSisyrinchium bellumUSDA zones: 5 to 10Water requirement: LowLight requirement: Full to partial sunMature size: 8 to 10 feetSoil type: Well-draining soil Environmental benefits: Attractive blue flowers with yellow eye; clumps of narrow, linear leaves. The Ohlone used an infusion of the roots