1,395 horsetail reed Outdoor Design Photos

BLUE Renovation & Landscape
3 Reviews
Flower Bed
what are the growing conditions for horsetail, soil etc.
I heard that horsetail has to be partly submerged in water to flourish or can it grow in normal soil conditions thanks and best regards Gert van Vulpen
Horsetail is a cool, primitive plant, but very invasive! Plant in a container, or you'll regret it.
Love the horsetail and river rock
Horsetail plant bordered by river rocks
Horsetail Reed plant - PLANT IN CONTAINER
calvin loves this horse tail reed
horse tail reed and river rock
“bamboo split fence” — ALADECOR
BLUE Renovation & Landscape
3 Reviews
Flower Bed
Hi Dan, You are right, It isn't bamboo; it is called Horsetail Reed. Great looking plant that needs a lot of moisture to do well.
It's not bamboo at all. I found out it's called horsetail.
These reeds would like nice along the stockade
i like the reeds and the green wall
horsetail reed for interest in narrow space (kid/dog friendly?)
“clumps and river rock” — Luke Morris
A Pleno Sol
The name of the plant is "Horse tail reed". It needs plenty of water and sun!
Scouring rush or horsetail is the vertical plant
like the cascading fountain with all the tall reed grasses. Cascading fountains loose less water and i like the sound
ic planting, like the one surrounding this trough water feature, plant height and foliage form are important.Here the tall, dark green spikes of horsetail (Equisetum spp) perfectly contrast the low, scrabbling growth of the fluorescent lime-green Ipomoea.
“fuente” — claus_bernal
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Workshop M Architecture
1 Review
Museum District House
Robin- i like your idea of the horsetail reed in select places. R: It's a thirsty plant, so the irrigation has to be done right. C.: understood. i hear water rates
horsetail reed (equisetum hyemale)
Horsetail Reed (Equisetum Hyemale)
reed grass...Horsetail Reed...horsetail reed
“Bushes” — houzz0071
Outer space Landscape Architecture
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Modern
if you're referring to the plant along the house, it's Equisetum hyemale (Horsetail). I've seen it get to about 8' ht, but you can keep it trimmed.
the reeds offer privacy in front of windows
horsetail screen hedge in front of guest bath / office
like the horsetail reed!
Use of Horsetail Reed
equisetum hyemale (horsetail)
Love the horsetail hedge
Like the horsetail border
planter for deck with horsetails
Horsetail plants...horsetail reed...Grass reeds...Tall grass/reeds
“CHAISES LONGUES....” — migar
Modern Landscaping, Inc.
2 Reviews
Asian Themed Garden (Palo Alto, CA)
Stepping Stones to get to bench or near water element - Bamboo or horsetail for front walkway barrier.
Meandering stone pathway set in gravel, neat ferns, reed grass(?)
Use of Horsetail reed.
Horsetail Reed...Horsetail and ferns...Bamboo reeds
“Path” — edbarvo
Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
7 Reviews
Outdoor seating
Love the reeds! Can I use them in Arizona that would get full sun?
walls so that I can use for putting plants init that will grow high (and quickly) to hide a shed that my back neighbors just erected. Will this type of reed grow in Arizona with adequate watering? Any suggestions? My cinder block wall is 63" and I need 42" more inches to hide the shed.
Horsetail is not tolerant to drought, and in fact prefers to be submerged (it's a pond reed)
Horsetail bamboo can only be used in continued environment
Equisetum horse tail reed grass screen
“privacy wall but built with rail ties and bamboo” — melzfire
AFLA-Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Mod. Kensington
The root invasive perennial's common name is horsetail, the botanical name is equisetum hyemale. Best used in confined areas. Culture. Best grown in medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerates
perennial's common name is horsetail, the botanical name is equisetum hyemale. Best used in confined areas. Culture. Best grown in medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerates an extremely wide range of soils, however. Will grow in up to 4" of standing water.
Front patio. Close up of reed plants.
“the plant” — 1970jennie
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