39,998 maiden grass Home Design Photos

Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Rock Wall
grass can get 8 feet tall
Maiden Grass (Miscanthus sinensis) Here is another of those versatile grasses that work well in many gardens due to their size and
ornamental grass with wheat like seed heads
Aha--was wondering what this tall grass was called...
Wheat like seed heads (maiden grass)
Maiden grass, perennials, and low maintenance
Love grasses, want to find perrenials for the
maiden grass - full sun, plant in fall, prune to 12 " in early spring
Situating a clump of ornamental grass along a pathway
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 and would not be pleasant
“bolder look on ground” — stolnacke
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Maiden grass Miscanthus sinensis "Gracillimus"
Maiden grass - miscanthus sine sis 'Gracillimus'.
maiden grass in the snow, pretty how it blows in the wind
Reed grass (Calamagrostis spp), bluestem (Andropogon spp), woodoats (Chasmanthium spp) and Spodiopogon.
favorite grasses in the frost and snow. This maiden grass (Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus', zones 5 to 9) shows the magic of the winter landscape — I love how the snow sits on the seed heads.
Gracillimus maiden grass USDA zones: 5 to 9 Water requirement: Average to low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 4 to 7 feet tall and 3 to 6 feet wide When to plant: Spring or fall
Reed grass (Calamagrostis spp), bluestem (Andropogon spp), woodoats (Chasmanthium spp) and Spodiopogon are a few of my favorite grasses in the frost and snow.This maiden grass (Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus', zones 5 to 9) shows the magic of the winter landscape — I love how the snow sits on the
“beautiful” — 5791san
Habitat Design
1 Review
Contemporary Back Garden 2
This is called needing grass grows 5 to 6 feet in length
Sun - Morning Light Maiden Grass
Miscanthus (maiden grass) -4-6 feet tall Morning Light variety is nice
Miscanthus sinensis cultivars or maiden grass
season grasses — so much so that I find folks are more likely to know it by its botanical name than its common name ("maiden grass"). You'll find many varieties of miscanthus on the market, but most are 4 to 6 feet tall, have a vase shape and bloom anytime from midsummer to fall. My favorite is the standby
these grasses, has come under fire as a weedy, seedy invasive species in recent years. Experts question the cultivars' ability to seed, but the bottom line is: If it doesn't bloom, it won't set seed. Miscanthus likes full sun.
“catmint, grass... deer resistant?” — emilieberglund
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Missouri Botanical Garden
Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus'
Maiden Grass 4 to 7' tall and 3-6' wide full sun
Cape Rush grass 2-3 ft tall
Garden 2013 Taller grasses, such as maiden grass, add a soft
aller grasses, such as maiden grass, add a soft upper frame to the scene. There are several cultivars to choose from, such as Gracillimus, shown here.Botanical name: Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus'Common name: Gracillimus maiden grassUSDA zones: 5 to 9Water requirement: Average to lowLight requirement:
“Gracillimus” — wieloszka
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
3 Reviews
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
the tall grasses with the brownish red at tips?
What is the name of the taller grasses that have the brownish red tips? Thanks
varigated grass and is it zone 5b hardy.
King Forrester grasses with rose bushes
Love the landscape and the sculpture in the grass.
Miscanthis sinensis gracillimus - Maiden Grass
Grasses are good. Partial to those with color and plumes or such
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 (Stipa tenuissima, zones 7 to 10), blue fescue (Festuca glauca, zones 4 to 11) and sedges (Carex spp, zones 4 to
ornamental grasses on the hillside — they have a kinetic vibe that's dynamic, even if the breezes are still. Second, the ornamentation is sublime. A bowl placed on a pedestal. That's it. Effortless.
“Grass and roses” — Stephanie Thomas
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
3 Reviews
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
ornamental grass gardens and more in Westchester County, NY.
grass and rosebush, hydrangea, and wildflowers in place of bush
Tall grasses with roses . A soft look
with roses Maiden grass (Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus')
maiden grass and knock out roses
Grass, like it for behind pool retaining wall to fill between bushes
Shown: Maiden grass (Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus')
“Rose and small hedges” — Eric Orgeron
Landscape Design Associates of Westchester, Inc.
Varios Plantings
ornamental grass in the back behind the lavender?
and the grasses behind are Maiden Grass, Miscanthus Sinensuis Gracillimus... Thanks, Bill
Maiden Grass - Miscanthus Sinensis Gracillimus
behind are Maiden Grass, Miscanthus Sinensuis Gracillimus.
Tall grasses as a back drop
Retaining wall with wild grass plantings and sages
“stone wall and flowers” — dseacrist
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
ornamental grass? Will it grow in Columbia, SC?
What is the ornamental grass? Will it grow in Columbia, SC?
the two grasses. I looked at many salvias, but none resembled the spires in the picture. Are they Heucheras? Continue to be in awe of this exquisite design. Thanks :)
blue oat grass, Heliotrichon sempervirens. The taller grass behind these are Miscanthus gracillimus, Maiden grass and also siberian iris, iris siberica. Hope this helps. Scott,
ornamental grasses in the Virginia Beach area. Take the photo you like with you and talk to them about what similar grasses you can plant (or Lowes etc). The nursery can help you identify the purple low growing ground cover,, too: it may be Purple Verbena (read about it here and also scroll to the comment
“Tusoocks in flat bed of colour. No edging on path” — richness
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