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'All Gold' Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold')
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forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold')
forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold'). Photo(s) courtesy of Terra Nova® Nurseries, Inc. Uploaded with written permission
Japanese forest grass Dry shade
Japanese forest grass...green in summer, blonde in windter. good for dry heat.
Japanese forest grass (Hakenachloa macra, zones 5 to 9) may be one
Embrace seasonal color changes. Japanese forest grass (Hakenachloa macra, zones 5 to 9) may be one of the finest woodland grasses for dry shade. The foliage
fabulous grass for shade, look no further than Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra, zones 5 to 9). Another recently popular group, these little grasses excel in shade, even moderately dry shade. Forest grasses tend to be a bit chartreuse, and my favorite is 'All Gold' (shown here), which positively
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Golden Japanese Forest Grass
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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.
Shade grass. Japanese forest grass.
Japanese forest grass- for shade areas
I want some of this grass.
Great grass but dogs love it!!
japanese forest grass- will be greener in shade 2" tall by 3 'wide
Japanese Forest Grass (partial shade to full sun)---the mounding shape with grasses and the variegated color
Japanese Forest Grass---good for along back porch
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
“love this grass” — Michael Mathie Design
Andrew Keys
'Karley Rose' fountain grass (Pennisetum orientale 'Karley Rose')
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fountain grass (Pennisetum orientale 'Karley Rose')
fountain grass (Pennisetum orientale 'Karley Rose'). Photo: Andrew Keys
the library grass i like so much
'Karley Rose' Foutain grass (3'x4') seed head gives fall interest
Karley Rose' fountain grass (Pennisetum orientale)
fountain grass. Photo by Andrew Keys
love this grass but needs well drained soil
least is a grass that deserves way more attention: 'Karley Rose' fountain grass (Pennisetum orientale 'Karley Rose,' zones [5] 6 to 8). There aren't many grasses I don't love, but this may be my favorite. 'Karley' gets bigger and beefier than your average fountain grass — about 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide
ental Grasses in the LandscapeGreat Plant: New Zealand Wind Grass
“Pennisetum orientale 'Karley Rose” — Karlie Lett
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Winery Residents
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The grass is an ornamental grass called Sesleria. I am not certain of the species, but check out Sesleria autumnalis (Autumn Moor Grass). For the lavender plant, look at Lavandula x intermedia 'Provence' (Provence French Lavender).
and cut grass down to 12 inches in late winter or early spring.
they go good- lavender and ornamental grass
Muhly grass feather reed grass japanese Blood grass mexican feather grass Island sea
Ornamental grasses that look like wild field grass
landscaping - oranmental grasses & lavender
Feather Reed Grass (Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster') Gardeners looking for a taller grass for their autumn gardens
Reed Grass(Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster')Gardeners looking for a taller grass for their autumn gardens should take a look at feather reed grass. Its longer, upright seed heads make a dramatic appearance in the fall garden, and it combines well with other grasses and flowering perennials
“Blue flowers - nice grass” — mzfrogge
Andrew Keys
Muhly grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris)
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Muhly grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris). Photo: Andrew Keys
pink mulhy grass (zone 5 is coldest)
type of grass - Muhly Grass
Andrew Keys Landscape Architects & Designers Muhly grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris) Muhly grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris). Photo: Andrew Keys
muhly grass, pink hair grass, Gulf muhly, hairaw
pink muhly grass 3' h x 6'w
great grasses have only recently come into vogue, and one is muhly grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris, zones 5 to 9). Muhly is another native, calling the southeastern half of the United States home. This grass much prefers sun, poor soil and well-drained soil, making it a prime candidate for coastal planting
muhly grass, pink hair grass, Gulf muhly, hairawn muhlyUSDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Low; grows larger with additional irrigationLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 3 feet tall and 6 feet wideBenefits and tolerances: Drought, deer, heat and salt-spray tol
“Muhlenbergia cappilaris pink muhly grass” — tad02dixon
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
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Foster Rd
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What is the low ornamental grass up front? A type of sesleria??
Love the buffalo grass/blue grama look!
Great grasses for a new lawn
Prairie grasses... buffalo grass or blue gamma.
buffalo or blue grama grass is 6-8" but stay's pretty short, use on outskirts???
buffalo grass or blue grama natural grass
grass for back area? No mowing?
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 sloping
buffalo grass or blue grama works great for a 6- to 8-inch cover you can even mow once in a while if you like (but consider letting it grow to form a natural, wavy habit). Prairies in our landscapes don't have to be tall or complex or messy.Great grasses for a new lawn
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Jamie Van De Vanter
Redmond Residence
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blood grass grow in zone 6-9
The red plant is blood grass this is not a proper name but I believe it is a name you can look up to find it . It is very easy to grow and not real aggressive.
Modern looking blocks of upright grasses
Blood grass is such a good border idea
mass plantings of blood grass...use in the burn or front drive
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.
“red grass” — gcaris_15
Jamie Van De Vanter
Redmond Residence
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blood grass for more growing info. and design tips. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/2599969/list/Great-Design-Plant--Japanese-Blood-Grass
yes, that is definitely Japanese Blood Grass
Japanese blood grass - define border of garden
Japanese blood grass ( Imperata cylindrica "rubra" )
blood grass for edging near a side walk
Japanese blood grass (Imperata cylindrica 'Rubra')
japenese blood grass with climber on wall
Japanese blood grass, might work down the front sidewalk
Great idea to use grass as a formal edging plant. It'll provide shade for the bottom of the tall plants.
blood grass (Imperata cylindrica 'Rubra') for edging concrete. Ornamental grass
using grasses as formal edging plants
blood grass as a skirt along climbers or plants with “bare knees” for a fun look.
“Japanese blood grass for edging near a side walk” — suzee454
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