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Terra Ferma Landscapes
7 Reviews
Lounging Area by the Pool
The clients loved the highly detailed paving and grass pattern for their pool deck area.
What type of native grass is it? I live in Texas, would this work with St. Augustine grass?
Doesn't cutting the grass and lawn maintenance become a pain with grass blowing into the pool?
Are you using synthetic grass here and if so, where can I get it?
Can a push mover be used to cut the grass inbetween the pavers?
you please tell me what kind of grass you used?
savings. The quality today far surpasses the original grasses. EasyTurf looks and feels just like natural grass - ... Check us out and let me know what questions you have. Cheers! George
@rhodesrevah - do you have any questions re: synthetic grass? I'm happy to answer any questions you may have - most
“Love this” — chrissyfooo
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'
What type of plant is the black colored grass?
Mondo grass and Japanese forest grass
Like this grass will grow in shade!
I like dark grass (black
black mondo grass with chartreuse grass
black mondo grass contrasts well with lighter colored grasses and plants with fall foliage color change in plants
Unlike many grasses, black mondo can successfully grow in the shade. Whether planted under an enormous spreading tree or beside a massive boulder, black mondo can serves as a textural contrast to basically any plant or landscape design element out there — particularly lighter foliage colors in a bold
Bolder statements. Other foliage contrasts need not be so subtle. The juxtaposition of the black grass Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens' against a Japanese sweet flag (Acorus gramineus ‘Ogon’) makes a real statement. Try being bolder with plant selection, contrasting plants
“We could use mondo, wandering jew” — pwzroberta
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Family Room
What type of grass and what zone is this?
The grass in this photo is Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light'. The zones are 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.
The plants in this photo are Japanese Silver Grass, English Lavender, and Lamb's Ear.
difference with grass and lambs ear
Grass is Japanese silver grass which is drought tolerant. It may also be known as miscanthus sine sis " Mormon light"
morning light and japanese silver grass
Lavender and grasses under deck concealing pellet feed and mechanical things
planting, the link between the two is softened and neither the planting nor the paving overpowers the other. The planting here is a lovely mix of the tall grass Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light' with lower ground cover plants, including Santolina pinnata, Stachys lanata and English lavender blurring the path
“DT grasses 48” — Benchmark Design
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Country Club Drive
What kind of grass is this?
I like the concrete and grass design
Love the stone and grass area
grass and pavers for deck around pool
Fake grass for the pool with pavers
This simple checkerboard motif is strongly rhythmic. The square concrete pavers read as a grid, thanks to the green grass seeded between each square. Moreover, this is a much cooler, permeable solution for a poolside patio than if concrete alone had been used.
“Wall” — irisduncan
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Palo Alto
What is the name of the grasses you used?
Like statue and grasses around payio
Ornamental grasses!!! Don't have to cut them!!!
Not only does ornamental grass give you a break from mowing, but it also offers more texture and visual interest than a manicured lawn ever will.
ornamental grass gives break from mowing
What if we surrounded the redwood with ornamental grass?
Not only does ornamental grass give you a break from mowing, but it also offers more texture and visual interest than a manicured lawn ever will.
This beautiful statue is arching back into the wind, just as the surround trees and grasses do when a gust of wind blows by. The tall, skinny nature of
of the statue complements and imitates the line and shape of the trees beyond.Tell us: Do you have a beautiful old oak tree or field of meadow grasses that could inspire a new backyard design? Perhaps you are inspired by the blooms of a classic peony or a more graphic red-hot poker. How could you reflect
“Sculpture” — englishgal1
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
What type of blonde grass is this?
This looks like it could be Stipa tenuissima (Mexican Feather Grass)
i like the wooden walk ways softened by the grasses
nassella tenussima - mexican feather grass
I like the use of grasses, suits the space.
Mexican feather grass: Nassella tenuissima is a finely textured, loosely swaying grass that seems to fit with the weathered, natural look of the coast. They reach 3 feet tall and tolerate harsh coastal winds, lean sandy soil and little water once established. Cut them back to a height of 5 inches when
“mexican feather grass” — Ferdinand Castillo Landscape Architect
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
Do you have any info about the ornamental grass ie growing zones and plant height? Thanks.
monkey grass and evergreen and will it grow in South Carolina ?
Hi Sarah, the plant in the photo is NOT monkey grass. It is Japanese Forest Grass which is a perennial and not evergreen. Good luck with your project! Robert
They are perennial variegated Japanese Forest Grass.
grass & lovely white flowering plant
Japanese forest grass - not evergreen
japanese forest grass grass and white hydrangea paniculata
Love the hydrangea and the grasses
hydrangea paniculata and japanese forest grass
“Japanese forest grass and hydrangea paniculata”
simple design with grasses , green and white
Pale, light-reflecting grasses are perfect to edge a path with. Here their reflective light is not only decorative; it acts as a safety feature, illuminating the edge of the path.Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola', zones 5 to 9) is a neat, clump-forming deciduous grass growing to 12 inches
“Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola', zones 5 to 9) is a neat, clump-forming deciduous” — cmclarney
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz, Milieu Design
what is the name of this grass?
What is the name of the grass at the bottom of this page?
quite like how they have articulated the rockery to mimic a natural stone legging (too bad about the grasses - to one dimensional)
Dwarf fountain grass and Karl forester grasses.
Like the tall grass Along the wall.
Karl Forester grass on stone wall
feathered reed grass as a screen
fountain grass, foster reed grasses okay
love the grasses and the cool looking wall design
Karl Förster grass, fountain grasses for dry stream
Karl forester and dwarf fountain grass
How to use it. The dwarf fountain grass 'Hameln' is effective when used as a low-facing plant in a mixed border with heleniums, purple salvia, and willow bluestar (Amsonia spp.). Here it's been combined with tall feather reed grass to accent a stone wall. Both catch the late afternoon light in a delightful
“Landscape” — docjenkins
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