52 japanese blood grass Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Winery Residents
The grass is an ornamental grass called Sesleria. I am not certain of the species, but check out Sesleria autumnalis (Autumn Moor Grass). For the lavender plant, look at Lavandula x intermedia 'Provence' (Provence French
and cut grass down to 12 inches in late winter or early spring.
they go good- lavender and ornamental grass
Muhly grass feather reed grass japanese Blood grass mexican feather grass Island sea
I want lavender under the bedroom windows with some ornamental grass.
landscaping - oranmental grasses & lavender
Feather Reed Grass(Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster')Gardeners looking for a taller grass for their autumn gardens should take a look at feather reed grass. Its longer, upright seed heads make a dramatic appearance in the fall garden, and it combines well with other grasses and flowering perennials
“Ornamental grasses” — Julie Hartje
Renee French Landscape Design
Renee French Landscape Design
Planting Detail - Euphorbia, Japanese Blood Grass and Sedum
Wheat's Landscape
Use of stone block as edging for grass
patch of grass trimmed in pavers
give small area for grass, surround by gravel
Even a small amount of grass is inviting to sit on.
great idea, gravel the border, grass the middle
like formality of bordered grass
grass paver gravel transition
Grass and pea gravel
trim around the grass
formal square grass path
leave some grass...Grass rug for yard...Grass and gravel...Edging of grass....Bit of grass
“Grass and gravel” — jolynncindy
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
Must know how you feel about hydrangeas and mounded grass tufts as groundcover.
Grass pattern filling in the space
Hydrangea and grasses. Interesting.
monk's grass and small hydrangeas
Small clumps of grass
Grasses and hydrangea plantings
Grasses and fountain
Cedar Elms and Japanese Maples
Monkey grass...Mondo grass...Ornament grass...grass for cliff
“pathway - compact granite chip” — hring1
South Coast Architects, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
Is that real grass between the pavers? This is beautiful....
have used synthetic grass on a number of installations and it looks awesome as a accent. In Texas one concern with larger installations is the heat of the material. Not something you will lay on when it is 100 degrees outside.
it could very well be EasyTurf - synthetic grass. We're seeing a lot more
more requests for this type of install - especially around pools and water . Installing artificial grass eliminates the maintenance required of real grass - mowing, water, weeding, etc., and keeps a lot of dirt, lawn debris and unwanted chemicals out of your pool. Check out a few of our installations
like the tiles and grass space
would love the idea of a courtyard and love the grass in between foot steps
“나무” — Ji Young Nam
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
23 Reviews
Fort Worth
Japanese Maple
Lovely Japanese Theme.
Japanese maple plant
Peonies with grass border
Lily turf grass...Japanese Maples...Japanese Maple...the Japanese maple
“i Love the tree and its canopy” — ireneihurst
markdesign, llc
13 Reviews
Outdoor Spaces
Is that real grass, and where is this home?
I live in Santa Fe and came looking for inspiration photos for my drab, but loaded with potential, back yard. This is everything I want! Is that real or faux grass, and do you do any work in Santa Fe?
need regular water. The ivy growing on the wall is English ivy and was selected because it keeps it's leaves year round. The maple is a miniature Japanese Maple and they can get 10-15 feet wide depending on their location. They can be temperamental so you should talk to your local nursery about it and
The project is in Santa Fe, NM. It's not real grass it's an artificial turf called Synlawn. Lots of great products out there. East Turf for one. Hire an expert!
“Stone patio” — Katrina Sanipelli-Sistek
Designs By Elizabeth
7 Reviews
Memorial - Spring Valley
They are also Japanese blueberry trees. "Japanese Blueberry tree sports contrasting of lush healthy color throughout the year. The leaves are always changing according to their own individual
life cycle, new flushes of growth emerge in shades of bronze, peppering the rest of the glossy-green foliage, and mature leaves turn bright red. The Japanese Blueberry is a hardy tree that can be grown in a tree, shrub, or columnar form. This tree is an excellent street, yard or shade planting. Blueberry
“Fountain and landscape ideas” — csaprice
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