550 japanese blood grass Traditional Home Design Photos

Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks1,958
Questions2
The red plants in the pots are Imperata rubra (Japanese Blood Grass). In our climate, which is Cool Temperate in Australia, they die back in winter. They are very hardy during the summer and basically survive
Ornamental grass in containers at step/path entry
Maybe blood glass in my cement pots, small rocks, thyme all near the japanese maple
like the blood grass in pots
the Japanese Blood Grass in the pots
“no!” — vowelhouse
Sitescapes Landscape Design Inc.
residence
Ideabooks492
Questions1
what kind of dwarf grasses are those?
red grass foreshadowing all of the green foliage
Use the red grass in front yard somewhere.
Like the color of grasses lower level
i like the 3 clump birch trees to create a screen, and then low lying evergreen ground cover and then small dwarf grasses that have the red accests.
“stairs” — evareber
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks139
Questions1
What a gorgeous garden, love the mix of Japanese planting, Australian landscape and sculptures. Would love to explore the pathways. Do they open the garden to visitors at all.
Thank you isamenton, you know your plants well. The red grass is Imperata rubra (Japanese Blood Grass). The others are Sedum spectabile, Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Overdahm' (variegated leaf) and Buxus sempervirens (English Box)
correct to assume that this vignette also includes sedum (which cultivar? it doesn't look like Autumn Joy), Calamagrostis x acutiflora Karl Foerster? Japanese Boxwood?
Love the color of the red grasses
“kinda cool having boxwood mixed in with grasses” — janetsim3
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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15 Reviews
Hillside planting & natural stone boulder outcropping
Ideabooks102
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thanks very much! Plants from left to right. Japanese blood grass, dwarf fountain grass, lace cap Hydrangea, Norther sea oats, cotoneaster (low creeper), juniper (near railing), Morning light maiden grass.
entrance slope with large grasses and blooming shrubs, etc.
japanese blood grass
“Terraced frontyard” — stylistic
Mozaic Landscapes
5 Reviews
Carmel-Style Cottage
Ideabooks31
Questions0
japanese blood grass
Red tipped grass
“Flowers” — ckwoo
Alfresco Landscapes, LLC
Containers
Ideabooks1
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Japanese Blood Grass
Le jardinet
Great Design plant - September 2012
Ideabooks1,079
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Shame dish switch grass is hardy in our zone. This would be lovely along the slope as a back drop to the Japanese maple on the hill down to the barn to echo the red trim.
shenandoah switch grass. 4ft tall x 2 ft wide, drought tolerant
Switch grass, sedum And potato vine
Ornamental grasses that look like tall field grass
“switch grass” — leepaton
Ross NW Watergardens
7 Reviews
Dry Creek In Lush Courtyard
Ideabooks90
Questions0
Dry creek bed, boulders, Japanese Blood Grass and other mass plantings make this entrance garden one of my favorites. By Ben Bowen of Ross NW Watergardens, a Portland landscaping firm.
Dry creek bed, boulders, Japanese Blood Grass and other mass plantings make this entrance garden
No grass or spoty patches of grass .
“dry creek” — k122
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