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What are the tall plants here, papyrus?
What is the plant under the papyrus?
These are Papyrus, and they will do well in shade. See this link for more details. http://plantfinder.sunset.com/plant-details.jsp?id=923
The row of feathery papyrus stalks is silhouetted in front of a retaining wall, while the rounded clipped-box shapes on the hillside above have a heavier volume. Together, these different green textures create a pleasing visual tension — and balance.
Distinguishing traits. Papyrus is characterized by
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Like contrast between elephant ears and papyrus?
Papyrus annual though but may be able to save indoors?
papyrus plant against fence?
Elephant ears + Papyrus
papyrus and alocasia
rocks inbetween taro bamboo papyrus
plants on left (papyrus?)
Bamboo Taro Papyrus...Tall papyrus
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
the tall green plants are Papyrus the smaller blue grass is called Blue Oat Grass.
Papyrus is the taller green plant -- great stone design
Planting notes. Papyrus is native to warm climates and therefore is not suitable for growing outdoors everywhere. In some climates, papyrus is treated as an annual or brought indoors over winter. While it typically goes dormant in
in most climates over winter, rhizomes protected from frost underground will resprout in spring. Papyrus grows best in rich, fertile soils that maintain constant moisture — it even will grow in shallow water. It’s more of a marginal plant and doesn’t grow well in deep water like water lilies will. Plant
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Luxembourg chairs by Fermob. Firepit. Red Mangaris deck. Black bamboo. Papyrus.
bamboo and papyrus tall!
black bamboo. papyrus!!!
Papyrus looks great with bamboo!
bamboo with papyrus...Papyrus and bamboo...Bamboo y papyrus
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Papyrus got my first one from Amy in Trent Woods August 2012. I traded her a Lotus plant for a Paprus.
Planting-papyrus...love the look and idea of it, can't survive in snow!
Botanical name: Cyperus papyrusCommon names: Papyrus, Egyptian papyrusUSDA zones: 9 to 11 (find your zone)Water requirement: Water lovingLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 6 to 10 feet tall; 2 to 4 feet wideBenefits and tolerances: Prefers wet soilsSeasonal interest: Blooms July
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Papyrus tolerates both wet and dry conditions
Love this plant - Papyrus tolerates standing water as
Papyrus tolerates standing water as well as relatively dry soil, so it can also be used in rain gardens or along dry riverbeds.
Papyrus up close.
Papyrus in pots how to plant: go to http://www.cooltropicalplants.com/Pond-plant-basket.html
Papyrus grows rapidly, so it is recommended that you plant it along large water features or plant it in a container and then put the container in the water
You can even plant papyrus in containers for a more structured and minimalist impact. Minimize drainage by plugging holes in planters.
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Vibrant Mediterranean garden bordered by papyrus, clumping bamboo, and a pizza oven and ipe deck in the distance by TMLewis Construction. Photo by Elliott Johnson.
Papyrus, clumping bamboo, and a pizza oven and ipe deck in the distance
I like the papyrus, perhaps it will grow in the space behind the small fountain on the hill where
Vibrant Mediterranean garden bordered by papyrus, clumping bamboo, and a pizza oven and ipe deck in the distance