137 japanese blood grass Eclectic Home Design Photos

Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
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This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass, sedums, pennisetum.
Yes my mistake, the red plant in the front is Japanese Blood Grass. It can be invasive so use it carefully.
Mix of colours - red japanese grass with pink flowers
Lower level - Junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly
very front are Cordyline, I can't tell what type of grass is in the back.
Japanese blood grass perfect for border. It keeps a uniform size and shape
Japanese blood grass, butterfly bush & other plantings.
Junipers, japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass sedums pennisetum
Japanese blood grass is perfect as a front of the border edging plant. It keeps a uniform size and shape, reaching about 18 inches tall.
“planting and boulders” — Charla Kaul
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Souveroff Residence
Ideabooks5,039
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Hey, Huettl Landscape - how was my guess on the red grass-like question? I guessed a dracena. Gardening is not my professional thing, but it is a passion. I am a big fan of your work and look forward to following you.
japanese maple, blue fescue, breath of heaven and lavender
Lavendar, blue oat grass and chartuese plant against lavender
“Lavendar, blue oat grass and chartuese
mixed ornamental grass, lavender, juniper planting with small japanese maple
wild with grasses & could accomodate
Back yard area - mix of maple with grasses, Coleonema, Lavender
mixture of textures, grasses, lavender, japanese maple, and a burst of yellow. mass plantings..
threaded blue grass at base of japanese maple
grass in the back is good
“Texture and color” — sumac16
Terra Rubina
1 Review
Formal in Noe Valley
Ideabooks5,663
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What type of Japanese maple is this
A basic Acer Blood Good or Ben Otake
AND can include capped walls for sitting (visiting with a drink when entertaining). Also it shows a red Japanese maple variety with great form.
The color provided by the Japanese Maple amid the texture.
small spaces. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum, zones 5 to 8, shown here) serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian cherry (Cornus mas, zones 5 to 8), lilac (Syringa spp) and viburnum are a few candidates for this application.
Small ornamental trees or large shrubs: Japanese maple, serviceberry
or walls to expand their height. This may be done with small, ornamental trees or large shrubs. Place them as needed for screening small spaces. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum, zones 5 to 8, shown here) serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian cherry (Cornus mas, zones 5 to 8), lilac (Syringa spp) and
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Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
Ideabooks5,159
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What is the botanical name of the green flowy grasses at the edge of the stone?
I cannot find this grass listed in the sunset western garden book - can you give me more information on the gr
Muhlenbergia capillaris should be listed in any grass book and it is also listed in my western garden book. We cut it to the ground in February and it comes right back
soft grass + splash o color
Another great application for grasses is in a waterfall type of planting. Planting similar plants with lots of movement cascading down a hill creates a beautiful effect.
“The different colors - sort of lush without looking overgrown” — jobbeard
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
29 Reviews
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
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Do you have any info about the ornamental grass ie growing zones and plant height? Thanks.
monkey grass and evergreen and will it grow in South Carolina ?
this is a Japanese Forest Grass
Hi Sarah, the plant in the photo is NOT monkey grass. It is Japanese Forest Grass which is a perennial and not evergreen. Good luck with your project! Robert
They are perennial variegated Japanese Forest Grass
and Japanese Forest Grass or Monkey Grass or Hostas
grass & lovely white flowering plant
cting grasses are perfect to edge a path with.
Long grasses to soften edge of path
Love the Japanese forest grass under the hydrangeas
Lime color in grasses and hydrangea
Japanese forest grass but if won't grow here then use Stella d Oro Day Lillies
“Variegated Lilly Turf shown in the front of the planter - good shadier spot soft planting” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Irving Residents
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Anyone know the Name of this grass or what climate it grows in?
Anyone know name of this grass or what climate this grows in?
Leymus condensatus 'Canyon Prince' or Canyon Prince Wild Rye This is a California Native Grass that is from the Channel Islands.
love the colours stones and grasses.
I like the grass/plant in this pic.
grass and stone pavers by retaining wall
“Stepdown into garden” — ahrro
Pool Environments, Inc.
16 Reviews
Natural Private Residence
Ideabooks27,803
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We really like this pool. Do you have any issues with the grass between the rocks/pavers? I have concerns about the pool water killing the grass and ending up with mud between the rocks.
what is the material of the stone work around the pool and are they laid directly on the grass?
Good morning, mws - with EasyTurf, you won't have to worry about mud, grass clippings, fertilizer, weed killer or anything else running off into your pool. Artificial grass is a perfect poolside/paver stone application - check out some of our latest work, and please let me
The back planter includes Japanese yews, Pistachio – behind the spa, Blue Atlas Cedar – focal tree along the back fence line and Lacebark Elm – to the right of the wall planters. Hope
“Landscape pool” — annelevey
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Eclectic Gardens
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Purple plum, Japanese maple, dwarf blue spruce, mugo pine, rudbeckia, perovskia, hydrangeas, juniper
The red tree is a purple plum (Prunus cerasifera 'Thundercloud'. Then from left to right, a mugo pine, a Japanese maple, a Tardiva hydrangea, a dwarf blue spruce and up behind is a Peegee hydrangea with Spirea 'Little Princess in front of it. Perennials are daisies, Black Eyed Susans, and Russian sage
airy panic grass (Panicum virgatum) or fountain grass amid the junipers.houzz note. While visually interesting, I would prefer a stronger use of the boulder as focal point...and better balance overall in shape.
pair low junipers with wildflowers such as false sunflower (Heliopsis helianthoides) and helenium, or plant clumps of airy panic grass (Panicum virgatum) or fountain grass amid the junipers” “CREEPING JUNIPERS AND OTHER SMALL EVERGREENS MAKE GREAT COVER FOR ROCK AREAS AND DRY GROUND”
“Different colors for interest” — tigger1222
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