6,355 mexican Home Design Photos

CYAN Horticulture
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Choisya ternata
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mexican ornage choisya ternata zone 9
Mexican orange, good with full sun
evergreen: Mexican orange, zones 7-9, full to partial sunn, 5 ft wide and tall, well drained
choisya ternata (Mexican orange), 'sundance', 'aztec pearl'
Mexican Orange (Choisya ternata) Mexican orange (Choisya ternata) must be the one evergreen plant
Mexican Orange Choisya ternata year around
Mexican Orange(Choisya ternata)Mexican orange (Choisya ternata) must be the one evergreen plant I use the most. While I strive to refrain from falling back to the same plants over and over, this enchanting and versatile shrub is hard to resist. Naturally rounded and full, easily maintained to a smaller
“Mexican (mock orange): Sundance yellow leaves, Pearl Fern like leaves” — martinsmum
Pool Environments, Inc.
17 Reviews
Pennsylvania Stone
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babbling brook sound, as the water trickles down the stair- stepped Pennsylvania ledgestone face. The water flows into a hidden trough filled with Mexican beach pebble.
I like the look of the Mexican rock.
always a big fan of mexican stone
Mexican Beach Pebbles The basics: These are some of my favorite small rocks. Mexican beach pebbles are smooth and rounded and
Mexican Beach pebbles--wonderful for zen gardens
called "mexican beach pebbles", I like this as it reminds me of being on our last trip to Greece and gathering the pretty stones
Mexican beach pebbles. Could work around the edge of a concrete slab for a zen look
mexican beach pebbles as a boarder
The mexican beach rocks are perfect for a zen garden
“Cool!” — antonatoenk
Wallace Group
1 Review
Residential
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Does anyone know if Mexican feather grass will grow in Part/most shade (but not full-shade)? I'm looking to landscape a pretty steep hillside in a style very similar to the one shown in this photo. Looking for a low maintenance plant that looks great in a grid/group/mass planting like this and will tolerate
nassella tenuissima 'Mexican Feather Grass' Just a heads up, these are known to reseed freely...
I love the feeling of movement in the mexican feather grass
Planted at regular intervals, Mexican feather grasses provide some low
Mexican feather grass (reseeds freely), not sure if suits our zone
Mexican Feather grass. Planted in front of 6720
Planted at regular intervals, Mexican feather grasses provide some low amber waves of grain
“Mexican feather grass” — ltierney
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
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This looks like it could be Stipa tenuissima (Mexican Feather Grass)
Mexican feather grass. Reach 3ft
This looks like it could be Stipa tenuissima (Mexican Feather Grass)
Mexican feather grass: Nassella tenuissima is a finely textured, loosely swaying grass that seems
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
Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
Salvia 'Midnight' & Red Fountain Grass replace turf in this parkway
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Mexican Bush Sage 2.5-5' tall full sun
salvia leucantha, mexican bush sage, full sun, 2.5-5 ft
Shrubby Mexican Bush Sage Really an evergreen shrub rather than a perennial, Mexican bush sage is close enough in general looks to Russian sage and lavender
Mexican sage bush... Purple power !
Shrubby Mexican Bush Sage Really an evergreen shrub rather than a perennial, Mexican bush sage is close enough in general looks to Russian sage and lavender to deserve being mentioned among these other fall bloomers. It’s
or mexican bush sage to border/mix in with grasses as shown here
blackfoot daisy (Melampodium leucanthum), autumn sage (Salvia greggii), Mexican mint marigold (Tagetes lucida) and copper canyon daisy (Tagetes lemmonii).
“grasses lavender” — k2841
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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Isn't Mexican feather grass invasive in Southern California?
the grasses in the front are Stipa tenuissima ( Nassela tenuissima) or Mexican Feather Grass. There are a few Miscanthus
care of Mexican feather grass- comb with rake to remove heavy dried material, then pops back up. What we have?
Mexican Feather Grasses in the foreground can be 'combed'
Mexican Feather Grass uses lower water
theme. Here, Mexican feather grass has a softly textured appearance and moves with the breeze.Learn more about ornamental grasses
4. Elevate the ordinary. A single object, a dark metal planter that one might easily find at a garden center, is suddenly treated as a work of art. Mexican feathergrass
Mexican Feather Grass (Stipa tenuissima) This is one of those perfect midsize grasses that seem to find their way into many gardens. Its soft texture and lighter
“Option for patio fence” — pujadasb
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
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mexican feather grass tucked into deck
Long beautiful - Mexican feather grass
This looks like it could be Stipa tenuissima (Mexican Feather Grass)
This entire site plays with mixing vernacular and modern architecture. Case in point: This Mexican feather grass looks as though it could have been plucked from a large field of agricultural wheat, and pokes out from a crisp rectangle cut into the
“PLANTA” — pablogarza
Greg Logsdon
El Taller Gallery
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Rama, the blue combo looks phenomenal. It's serene. The throw on the sofa looks like a Mexican serape.
The lovely mexican style throw on the seat.
A Mexican-style serape and print above the couch brighten up this neutral room as your
A bright Mexican blanket, or Saltillo serape, makes a great casual chair or sofa cover, especially for vintage finds
The Mexican culture and the throw over on the couch
introduced us to unexpected colors and patterns that we can try out just by using accessories. Using textiles is a great place to start, as shown in this Mexican-inspired space.
SaltilloA bright Mexican blanket, or Saltillo serape, makes a great casual chair or sofa cover, especially for vintage finds that you haven't gotten around to re-covering.
“The Mexican culture and the throw over on the couch” — Michaela Taylor
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