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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
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shade-loving perennials. Hakone grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola') and Heuchera (Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple')
jjapanese forest grass and palace purple coral
coral bells + Jap forest grass
Like the minimalist material palette, the primary planting palette is limited to two shade-loving perennials. Hakone grass (
Hakone grass and Purple Palace Heuchera
Hakone grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola') and Heuchera (Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple')
coral bells and japanese forest grass
Hakone grass & Palace Purple are in terraced raised gardens. Also lots of perennials in pots. Potted palms, too.
shade-loving perennials. Hakone grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola') and Heuchera (Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple') are mixed within the terraced raised beds. "They thrive in the space and have excellent multi-seasonality. We use annuals in the containers in the garden — and use palms in the containers that
“love the mix of hakone with heuchera... purple adds depth!” — Kristina DeLeo
Botanica Atlanta | Landscape Design-Build-Maintain
6 Reviews
Residential Landscaping
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Zoysia grass. Great for Oklahoma! I like it!
zoysia grass does well in semi shade, drought tolerant and cost effective
Zoysia (Zoysia spp, zones 6 to 9). This warm-season perennial grass can have either coarse or fine texture, and is adapted to a wide range of soils. In southern climates it performs fairly well in semishaded areas, but the farther north you go, it'll need more sun. It's
warm-season perennial grass can have either coarse or fine texture, and is adapted to a wide range of soils. In southern climates it performs fairly well in semishaded areas, but the farther north you go, it'll need more sun. It's an extremely drought-tolerant grass, and although it will turn straw colored
This grass has excellent wear tolerance, making it perfect for lawns, golf courses and play areas.Because of the slow growth rate, zoysia has poor recuperative potential when it's been damaged or overused. It's best to resod damaged spots.Suggested varieties: Belair, El Toro, Emerald, Meyer
“Driveway” — evanemethroswell
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
6 Reviews
Family Pool
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What grass seed/sod variety was used here? Thanks!
What types of grass is used?
What type of grass is used
Most gorgeous grass I've ever seen!
Grass path, would be nice down to our pond
i like how the etched a walkway with the grass and stones garden areas
than perennial grasses and flowers, with their annual spring cut-down. The more we encourage one another to get outside, the more connected to ourselves, our families and our cities we'll be. Surely that means we'll be happier and have more balanced lives.More: How to landscape for less lawn
“Fairy garden” — talltxn
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.
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MAGDALENA GLEN-SCHIENEMAN, AIA
2 Reviews
Entry Steps
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interesting perennials, ornamental grasses or even ephemeral bulbs like allium or camas lily for contrast. The loose branches are easily trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead
interesting perennials, ornamental grasses or even ephemeral bulbs like allium or camas lily for contrast. The loose branches are easily trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead
interesting perennials, ornamental grasses or even ephemeral bulbs like allium or camas lily for contrast. The loose branches are easily trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things.
“creeping juniper” — sraycroft
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Mangan 2-1
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plumed like grasses? Maria the Maya
The grasses, and how neat it is
gravel patio - step stone bridge - grasses - fountain
feather reed grasses add height and color to this built landscape.
Before you plant. As with most perennial grasses, feather reed grass is long-lived, tough and pretty maintenance free once in the ground. In order to avoid rust disease, maintain soil drainage and good air circulation around the plant. After
cut the grass back to around 12” in late winter or early spring to clear out old growth. Being a cool-season grass, plant feather reed grass in spring or fall and enjoy its texture, color, and movement for seasons to come.More:Great Design Plant: Blue Chalk SticksGreat Design Plant: New Zealand Wind G
“Pergola” — Chris Gray
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd'
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ornamental perennial grasses and boulders, low shrubs for a Mediterranean-style garden
ornamental perennial grasses, hulking boulders and other low growth scrub, attaining a beautifully dynamic and water-wise landscape is possible almost anywhere.
ornamental perennial grasses, hulking boulders and other low growth scrub, attaining a beautifully dynamic and water-wise landscape
ornamental perennial grasses, hulking boulders and other low growth scrub, attaining a beautifully dynamic and water-wise landscape is possible almost anywhere.
“love the red bark” — adelvillalobos
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
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Charles McClure, landscape architect
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Black mondo grass and Japanese maple. I like the black stones too, and those nice rocks. The grass surround on the other two sides adds a nice softness.
love the black mondo grass-- is it invasive?
the black mondo grass is interesting. Not sure of its fit within our plan?
non-spreading perennial grass, it may take longer for beds to fill out than with other mondo grass varieties. More great design plants:Feather Reed Grass | New Zealand Wind Grass | Red Kangaroo PawBlue Chalk Sticks | Catmint | Slipper PlantGreat design trees:Japanese Maple | Persian Ironwood | Smoke Tree |
“outside bench” — ronibarker
Studio Green
7 Reviews
studio green
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meadow grasses. Repair of the creek bank, boulder bridge, concrete and soil deer paths, side sloped bocce ball court, and a vegetable garden are all components.
planted with perennial grasses. Its dense structure and reliable evergreen foliage make an informal yet architectural screen.Botanical name: Baccharis pilularisCommon names: Coyote bush, coyotebrush, chaparral broomOrigin: Native to the Oregon coast, California and New MexicoUSDA zones: 8 to 10 (find your
“Like use of steel and breezway” — roylipski
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