322 horsetail Home Design Photos

Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Borrow Garden Ideas From Springtime in Paris
Ideabooks468
Questions2
Hi there. what is the trailing grass/leaves? Not the horsetail.
can you tell me growing conditions for horsetail, soil, climate etc.
I heard that horsetail has to be partly submerged in water, is that correct or can it grow in normal
horsetail reed - jointed grass - bamboo look
horsetail reed (Equisetum hyemale, zones 3 to 11) -- looks like bamboo
a window box with style tall plant is horsetail reed (Equisetum hyemale, zones 3 to 11), an unusual ornamental grass with jointed stems.
horsetail reed (Equisetum hyemale, zones 3-11)
horsetail reed, zones 3 to 11
Now here's a window box with style. That tall plant is horsetail reed (Equisetum hyemale, zones 3 to 11),
horsetail reed, Equisetum Hyemale, zone 3 to 11) ornamental grass with jointed stems.
“along the edge of car port” — tonescout
Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
HH1
Ideabooks8,786
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I'm curious how you were able to get your horsetails to stand so straight. Mine are always flopping over...any advice?
How do you protect the concrete from the horsetail plant?
I love the look of horsetail but a nursery advised against it because
Hi We've never had a problem with the horsetail reed cracking concrete. The horsetail reed does spread so we make sure it's in a self contained planter. We built these concrete planter
Giant horsetail (Equisetum giganteum) be sure to keep it in contained beds or containers, It spreads vigorously in warmer climates. Do not let them go to seed.
raised concrete planters are exactly what's needed to corral the densely planted stands of horsetail.
Horsetail, or Equisetum hyemale, is one poorly behaved plant, known to take over entire landscapes
“Windbreak!!” — Kath Stavrellis
A Pleno Sol
Explanada
Ideabooks3,564
Questions2
Scouring rush or horsetail is the vertical plant
sort of horsetail reed- Equisetum hyemale
ic planting, like the one surrounding this trough water feature, plant height and foliage form are important.Here the tall, dark green spikes of horsetail (Equisetum spp) perfectly contrast the low, scrabbling growth of the fluorescent lime-green Ipomoea.
“Reeds and water feature” — ceverstine
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Flower Bed
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what are the growing conditions for horsetail, soil etc.
I heard that horsetail has to be partly submerged in water to flourish or can it grow in normal soil conditions thanks and best regards Gert van Vulpen
Horsetail is a cool, primitive plant, but very invasive! Plant in a container, or you'll regret it.
Horsetail plant bordered by river rocks
Love the horsetail and river rock
Lovely light blue stones to complement the horsetail reed
“I like the big smooth river stones” — ashumway
Chicago Specialty Gardens, Inc.
6 Reviews
Edge of the City
Ideabooks269
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Horsetail rush.grows 3 to 4 ft...make sure in containers, would look good in watering troughs
Horsetail rush a shade loving (invasive) plant
horsetail rush (Equisetum hyemale, zones 3 to 11)
Horsetail rush- translucent in garden setting
vasive horsetail rush (Equisetum hyemale, zones 3 to 11). Its 3- to 4-foot upright growth habit is a perfect foil for a curved or rounded sculpture, or a clumping shrub. Just be sure to contain it, lest it spread indefinitely.
technique are those that are translucent by nature, those that capture and diffuse light. My favorite translucent plant is the sometimes-invasive horsetail rush (Equisetum hyemale, zones 3 to 11). Its 3- to 4-foot upright growth habit is a perfect foil for a curved or rounded sculpture, or a clumping
“vegetación” — mafermoheno
Jesse Im/bugonmyleaf
1 Review
slate and stone pathway
Ideabooks1,402
Questions2
The grass is called Equisetum commonly called "Horsetail". ...
love this, however horsetail grass gets very scrappy and unrully with time. Too much maintenance.
The grass is called Equisetum commonly called "Horsetail".
For side yard Jesse Im/bugonmyleaf The grass is called Equisetum commonly called "Horsetail". en.wikipedia.org➤
“horsetail reed” — jensobsession
Horst Architects
4 Reviews
Mintzer Residence - Entry
Ideabooks2,854
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The combination of the dark wall against the deep green of the Horsetail reed is great.
Yes, the plants are called horsetail.
the plant is called horsetail. has been around since the dinosaurs. bamboo and aloe vera plant come from this plant cell
horsetail reeds are great, nice entry
Horsetail Reed and dark wall color
“plant” — Garry Rachman
Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
7 Reviews
Outdoor seating
Ideabooks2,860
Questions6
Horsetail is not tolerant to drought, and in fact prefers to be submerged (it's a pond reed)
horsetail privacy screen
use horsetail as hedge
horsetail reed grass
Privacy bamboo or horsetail grass
horsetail bamboo? okay...in containers
Horsetail plant...Horsetail Bamboo
“privacy wall but built with rail ties and bamboo” — melzfire
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