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Pool & Pool House
choice of building & site materials, and minimalist planting. Existing trees were edited to open up selected views to the south. Rows of ornamental grasses provide architectural delineation of outdoor space. Understated stone steps in the lawn loosely connect the pool to the main house. Architect: Michael
What is the name (s) of the grasses?
Calamagrostis acutiflora ' Karl Foerster' / Feather Reed Grass. Best of all grasses due to the fact that it stays vertical...
The grasses provide privacy . The street side of the pool needs this.
Calamagrostis acutiflora ' Karl Foerster' / Feather Reed Grass. Best of all grasses due to the
Wagner Hodgson Calamagrostis acutiflora " Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass...
Saratoga Creek House
Hi, what grasses have been used in this shot?
It's a silly question but I want to use these grasses next to my driveway so we won't be seen from the street when we swim. The only problem that we couldn't cover that area because it is only access to septic
Cloud 9 grass,middle grass is stipa tenuisima, Karl foerster reed grass
Reed grasses could go along masonry wall in back
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
What type of grass is this?
love this grass what is it - thanks
sideoats grass? seed grass with native grasses
Love this. Soft flowing thin grass against the flat bench.
If you love the look of grass but don't need a baseball field (most folks don't, unless you live in Iowa), consider letting your grass grow longer
Grasses. If you like the idea of grass but don't have time to mow the yard every week, ornamental grass may be a good alternative. The long, wispy blades will rustle softly in the breeze.
This bench seems perfectly situated in a field of waving grass. Afloat in a field of wispiness, the strong lines
If you love the look of grass but don't need a baseball field (most folks don't, unless you live in Iowa), consider letting your grass grow longer — or converting to native, water-sipping grasses like blue grama, buffalo and sideoats grama (just a few among many)
GEL: Griffin Enright Landscape
Grass steps are the central element in a layered hilside landscape.
How did you construct these steps? Is this grass or a moss and how does it stay in place?
Do you have a special way to mow it? Or does this grass stay short?
It appears to be pink muhly grass
This is a Korean grass planted on a custom set of steel risers.
korean grass steps down to the lake
maybe do this Korena grass next to rock steps
Pink muhly grass must be one of the best massing plants there is.
growing grass on them. These stairs are covered with Korean grass, which is tough and bright.
Steps in hill planted with grass
stairs are covered with Korean grass,
Korean grass, which is tough and bright.
love these grass covered steps with soft grasses on the sides.
Huettl Landscape Architecture
What evergreen would look good in front or feather reed grass. Thanks.
I like the grass - perhaps its an option - not sure.
feather reed grass by garage only 2 ft
look of prairie grasses and trees surrounding pool
the look of mini pavers and grass
tall grasses - feather reed grass
Sample sweep grass to define landscape border at top of hill.
tall Feather Reed Grass for around
Feather reed grass for sides / back
Tall feather reed grass, 36-48" tall with 24" spread
feather reed grass...four feet high but only 2 feet wide...good for narrow spots
Distinguishing traits. Commonly described as the grass in perpetual motion, feather reed grass brings together two great architectural qualities: vertical reach and movement. The light feathery foliage ebbs and sways with any amount of wind, enabling any landscape to appear more dynamic and responsive
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
What are the tall grasses with the brownish red at tips?
What is the name of the taller grasses that have the brownish red tips? Thanks
Can you please tell me the name of the varigated grass and is it zone 5b hardy.
those are their 'flowers' in fall - Miscanthis sinensis gracillimus - Maiden Grass
of grass plumes and florals. Great border look!
I like the look of all the different grasses
Maiden grasses and Knock Out roses
tall grasses - maiden grass and switchgrass
I like this pot. look how big the pampas grass is!
smaller leaves of roses and the pop of their color are striking against the softer, more free-form appearance of ornamental grasses.Try some larger grasses, like this maiden grass (Miscanthus sinensis, zones 5 to 9) or switchgrass (Panicum virgatum, zones 5 to 9), or smaller ones, like Mexican feathergrass
East Side Green Treehouse
Hello archadeckjuli, In some of the other pictures you can see there are a few trees on the site. The grass is still thriving today. The trees around the zoysia are cedar elm and oak. I would encourage you to contact an appropriate local landscape authority
Will this grow in shade? Under oaks & elms in Round Rock, West side? Do you know of any grasses that will? This is lovely stuff! Thanks!
Zoysia grass tolerates sun moisture diverse conditions
zoysia grass. "This grass can tolerate wide
Good choice for grass/ can be invasive
Use native grasses for lower maintenance
The texture for the grass! It is inviting to walk
This is way grass - lawns - should look, not 1/4" carpeting.
The grass, the wood materials, raw stucco
San Marcos Growers
added by Annie Thornton to Great Design Plant: 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:
blue Oat grass larger than blue fescue. foot high flowers.
Botanical name: Helictotrichon sempervirens Common name: Blue oat grass USDA zones: 4 to 8; hardy to less
pair blue oat grass with lavender to line front path?
Name of grass - Blue oat grass
Blue oat grass, evergreen, 2' x 2'
Blue Oat Grass(Helictotrichon sempervirens) Native to central and southwestern EuropeThis plant draws comparisons to blue fescue but is a little larger at 2 feet tall and wide, and appears softer, producing the windblown effect we expect from a grass. Flowers project a foot above the grass in summer