211 grass cloth Industrial Home Design Photos

Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
Grass cloth on ceiling
“Color” — barbr9199
SC Designs
4 Reviews
Arlington Home
gray grass cloth
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Fenske Pool
What evergreen would look good in front or feather reed grass. Thanks.
Distinguishing traits. Commonly described as the grass in perpetual motion, feather reed grass brings together two great architectural qualities: vertical
Feather reed grass: Calamagrostis x acutiflora "Karl Foerster" is an upright, slender grass with blonde flowers (shown) from late
to appear more dynamic and responsive to the forces of nature. While this grass grows to a height of 2-3’, the subtle pink foliage rosettes that appear in
near pathways where a wider plant would overtake the space. Feather reed grass needs pruning only once a year in late winter or early spring before it begins
I like the grass - perhaps its an...Pavers set in grass near pool...look of prairie grasses and trees...tall grasses - feather reed grass
“Carl Forester grass” — oslapas
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Please can you tell me the name of this grass? Is it quite drought resistant? Thanks!
The grass is called Pennisetum setaceum or Fountain Grass. It is low maintenance, and grows well in most well drained soils in full sun.
filter cloth lies atop the drainage layer.
The grass is called Pennisetum setaceum or Fountain Grass. It is
Love the softening of the rooftop with that grass.
The grasses and wood combination; the fact that you can hide, seek privacy in amongst the grasses
“Tufted grass” — practicalbee
Thuilot Associates
Oakland Residence
The grasses in this photo are carex divulsa.
I love the texture of the Japanese Forest grass in contrast to the metal around the firepit area
like grasses next to fern. out of front window?
small your garden is. Even clearing a little spot behind a stand of tall grasses can create that sense of intrigue. While larger spaces can serve as gathering
What type of grass is this, Liriope?...Fun fire pit and love the grasses...Uggh - too much grass
“semicircle” — fooj2000
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
What is the name of the soft (almost furry) looking grass?
What about the other grass that has a tree trunk?
provides maximum privacy and contrasts strongly (yet naturally) with the grass and plantings.
and I strongly believe any aesthetic can be achieved using just prairie grasses and wildflowers.
take care of grasses type plants
“Great plants” — Bisi KOLCAKOVSKI
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
ornamental grasses very little water full sunlight
Ornamental grasses are another good low-maintenance option for outdoor planters. They need to be cut back only once a year in the spring and, after the
Like this grass...Spike grasses...with clumps of grass....Tall grasses...Planters and grass...Grass in short beds
“Grasses” — gianella9
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Fenske Pool
What are the large clumps of ornamental grasses on the perimeter of the pool?
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Use feather reed grass along fence in back?
Plants so people don't walk through grass
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
possibilities for feather reed grass are endless. In a landscape lacking linear or vertical accents, a row planting of these grasses is a great way to add order
planting of these grasses is an obvious design solution for filling open space and creating a naturalistic field of golden ornamental grasses. The narrower
narrower habbit of feather reed grass also makes it a perfect space-saving solution in smaller spaces as an accent piece — growing up rather than out. For those
“interesting no side decking....like the benches at the end of pool” — sheribasta
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