30,505 grass sculptures Outdoor Design Photos

Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Palo Alto
I love the sculpture in your garden. Could you tell me the name of the artist? Thanks
What is the name of the grasses you used?
Where can we buy this sculpture??
Like statue and grasses around payio
Ornamental grasses!!! Don't have to cut them!!!
SCULPTURAL ELEMENT Sculptural elements. Appropriately chosen and sited, sculpture can add another layer of experience to the garden of the artist. Notice how this sculpture mimics the lines and color of the lounge chairs in a brilliant
Sculptural elements. Appropriately chosen and sited, sculpture can add another layer of experience to the garden of the artist. Notice how this sculpture mimics the lines and color of the lounge chairs in a brilliant way.It is my
“Lounge chairs” — ashmoore1125
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Saratoga Estate
Can someone please identify the grass used here? Thanks!
Please share the artist who made the sculpture ~ thanks!
Love solo sculptures in sea of grasses.
What do you like about this photo? Sculpture
mexican feather grass - Nasella tenulssima
Love the stone sculpture
the Mexican Feather Grass
Colorful and texture grass
Great outdoor sculpture
mexican feather grass
Sculpture incorporated in plantings
Mexican feather grass and sculpture
Love the grass!...Love the sculpture...the grass...garden sculpture
“Rye” — warne
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Rocks, the coniferous tree, the metal sculpture
would love to need a sculpture like this
Sometimes wildlife sculptures look ill-placed. Not this time.
garden sculptures. More: Browse outdoor sculptures and more in the Products section
Sculptures. Metal work in the garden is always a welcome sight and it's a good way to enhance the natural feel that a garden already has. This heron fits in perfectly with its surroundings, although there are many other options when introducing metal art. GI Designs has many offerings in the way of garden
“blue heron” — jainma
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
1 Review
Northern Arlington Residence
what is that fluffy long grass called!?
I know someone asked before, but the grass in the foreground...
What kind of liriope grass? It looks thinner and more whispy than the species that I've researched.
I love the tall grass. Will this work on a hillside in direct sun?
liriope spicata monkey grass- no mow
liriope ground cover to replace Scott's grass on Brady St.
evergreen grasses for lower two acres
Creeping lily turf Liliope app Grass like, tolerates some walking
low maint shrubs and grasses. make a little island of solitude
texture. Some ground covers will tolerate a small amount of foot traffic, too. Creeping lilyturf (Liriope spp, zones 5 to 9), shown here, has a lush, grass-like look and is also evergreen. Additional choices — depending on your garden's growing conditions — might include periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus
“lush green yard” — Lesley Day
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Contemporary/Modern Designs
what kind of grass it this. It's so full and GREEEEN
The grass is called a No-Mow Red Fescue. It is a great alternative to traditional ground covers and provides a nice meadow like look.
no mow fescue example . It grows long and flops over with no mowing required . This would be a great low water low maintenance solution to your areas designated as grass in the plan as it would fit with the backdrop of native grasses and wild area behind
Sculptural, reddish trunk of Arbutus (similar to
like the splash of color, garden art and long grass
Great info on lawn grass selection
persian ironwood trees and tall fescue grass
drought tolerance. It grows quite well in those "transition" areas of the United States, where it's too hot and humid for cool-season grasses, yet too cool for warm-season grasses. It is adapted to many soil types but prefers well-drained clay soils, and it does fairly well in more shaded conditions. Although
“Hybrid madrone” — jastihome
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Old World Made New
Staggered steppers lead you through the shade garden to the back seating area. Hosta and Japanese Hakone grass were used for their textural harmony. Westhauser Photography
Demetria, thanks for the question. The plants you asked about are Japanese Hakone Grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola').
simple plants, ornate sculpture
metal sculpture...Little grass...no grass...Grass free...Like the no grass...Love it no grass...Iron sculpture....garden sculpture...Garden sculpture?
“Love the patio!” — canneloni
Hedges not grass
Focal point, sculpture, design
Sculptural focal point
Statement sculptures
“Mix of stone and metal” — decordion
Dreamscape Landscaping
like the grasses and sculpture
ornamental grass
“Entree du bois” — Wim Decraene
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