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THE GRASSES THAT ARE PICTURED HERE HOW HIGH DO THEY GROW?
The 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.
Example of grasses etc for back yard by bedroom window
grasses and shrubs in front yard modern design
Tall grass (sim to what you have in the back) - Miscanthus
grasses & color making hidden path
While cottage gardens are remarkably adaptable, somehow a fluffy yard of roses doesn't always work with a more modern architectural design. Grasses, especially those with a mix of colors in their flower heads, make a great, slightly more contemporary substitute.
Using plantings as building blocks doesn’t mean you are restricted to evergreen ground covers or clump-forming grasses. Here we see a planting that is both exuberant and colorful as part of a very contemporary scheme for a modern house.
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
Northern Arlington Residence
what is that fluffy long grass called!?
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.
I love the tall grass. Will this work on a hillside in direct sun?
low maint shrubs and grasses. make a little island of solitude
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.
texture. Some ground covers will tolerate a small amount of foot traffic, too. Creeping lilyturf (Liriope spp, zones 5 to 9), shown here, has a lush, grass-like look and is also evergreen. Additional choices — depending on your garden's growing conditions — might include periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
The plants to the right of the red grasses ( Pennisetum 'Fireworks') is Phormium 'Tricolor' . Here is a link to learn more about it. ...
I love the grass Pennisetum "Fireworks"..In Maine its available at Longfellow's Greenhouses in Manchester, Maine. I would love to have this in my shrub beds.
the pebbles between the pool and patio, and the grasses
Pennisetum grass and phorium tricolor (green)
Botanical name: Pennisetum setaceumCommon names: Purple fountain grass, rose fountain grassUSDA zones: Perennial in 8b-11, annual in all other zones. Find your zone.Water requirement: Average water needs; drought tolerant once establishedLight requirement: Full sun to light shadeMature size: Up to 48
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
what is the name of the "no mow" grass ?
What is the low ornamental grass up front? A type of sesleria??
Native grasses. Do they harbor ticks?
we want this!! I think it is Berkeley Sedge grass?
I really like the "no mow" grass for the side yard.
NO mass of tall grass...Rat nests
Low wall with sea of grass as one approaches the house from
Carex pansa -- no mow grass
The grass and the house whit the view
large area of low maintenace grass, Carex pansa, maybe Buffalo Grass
short ornamental grasses is an excellent way to maintain a horizontal plane of green without weekly maintenance. Some ornamental grasses are strong enough to walk on, so research before you purchase based on your activity needs.
Not all berms have to be flower beds; ornamental grasses planted on a large
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
ornamental grass with wheat like seed heads
Aha--was wondering what this tall grass was called...
Wheat like seed heads (maiden grass)
grass can get 8 feet tall
Maiden Grass (Miscanthus sinensis) Here is another of those versatile grasses that work well in many gardens due
Like the grass growing above walk giving
maiden grass - full sun, plant in fall, prune to 12 " in early spring
Situating a clump of ornamental grass along a pathway
Situating a clump of 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
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
what is the grass used in this? I love it
What type of climate will this grass grow best in?
I love the look of the long lush grass divided by a stone path shaded
What is that type of grass?
letting us know about this beautiful grass! How old are these olive trees? What a beautiful image.
The grass is Red Fescue or Festuca Rubra. It should be able to grow in Florida, assuming that where you live does not get below 30 degrees. It is a non-mow grass that requires less water than conventional
I have this kind of grass. We have pop-up sprinklers with 6" heads, and we use a timer: 15 minutes on, 10 minutes off to let it soak in, then 15 minutes on again. That much sprinkling, once a week, is enough to keep the shady parts of our lawn lush and happy. The sunny parts are a little parched
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Tiburon Bay House
What kind of grass is this?
Is this the NoMow grass from Prairie Nursery? Would you rcommend it?
native grasses like buffalo grass and blue grama grass are low-growing native grasses that adapt well to many residential applications
native grasses like buffalo grass and blue grama grass are low-growing native grasses that adapt well to many residential applications.
xeriscape turf grass-low maintenance and drought resistant variety
t, cool-season grasses that stand up well to foot traffic (they are often blended with Kentucky bluegrass). Warm-season, native grasses like buffalo grass and blue grama grass are low-growing native grasses that adapt well to many residential applications.
blended with Kentucky bluegrass). Warm-season, native grasses like buffalo grass and blue grama grass are low-growing native grasses that adapt well to many residential applications.
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
ornamental grasses for a modern look
blue fescue and feather reed grass
feathered reed grass and blue fescue
Nice use of ornamental grass . No mowing
the tall grasses on the left and the blueish plants
like the tall grasses in background
Back drop of natural grasses for focal point of possible sculpture
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
This Victorian is complemented by a variety of drought-tolerant grasses including blue fescue (Festuca glauca) and feather reed grass (Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster')