91,812 tall grasse Home Design Photos

Gardens by Gabriel
9 Reviews
Earth, Water & Fire
Is the grass shown here Prairie Dropseed?
I love how playful the tall "grassy" plants are! I live in Oregon & am restoring an old koi pond. 1st off what is the name of the grassy plant & is it hardy enough for the freezing
Earth, wind ( grasses swaying), fire, and water.
up a prairie. If you have a shadier area, look into native sedges — they look like grasses but aren't as tall.
A circular bubbler looks right at home in a bed that’s artfully curved and planted with textural grasses. For small enclosures designed for entertaining, a millstone fountain can set the
are two of my favorite dry-loving prairie shortgrass plants. If you like taller grasses, think about some stands of bluestem (Andropogon spp) or Indian grass (Sorghastrum nutans) — you could even have the taller grasses in the back and the shorter ones up front to mimic a more traditional garden design
“Grass” — barajasnesti
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Madaket Modern
Grasses, in particular those to the right side of photo
love this idea. tall, contained grasses.
This tall cool-season grass screens undesirable views and harmonizes with the greater landscape. It brings life to the winter landscape as well — this grass can stay standing until the early part of spring, when it's cut to the ground in anticipation of new growth.
Plant in context. Context is critically important in garden design. A handful of grasses set in a grouping of evergreen shrubs
inflorescences, these grasses transport us straight to Nantucket.
Plant in context. Context is critically important in garden design. A handful of grasses set in a grouping of evergreen shrubs or flowering plants reads more shopaholic than Zen. Be bold and plant large groupings of grasses on their own. Grand
“ornamental grasses in mass” — NSPJ Architects/Landscape Architects
Jamie Van De Vanter
Redmond Residence
what is the name of the grass?
Check out this plant profile on blood grass for more growing info. and design tips. ...
yes, that is definitely Japanese Blood Grass
the tall wispy greens with red ends
Japanese blood grass ( Imperata cylindrica "rubra" )
Japanese blood grass, might work down the front sidewalk
Great idea to use grass as a formal edging plant. It'll provide shade for the bottom of the tall plants.
Japanese blood grass (Imperata cylindrica "Rubra") for edging. love it with the climbing plants!
rock and grass for the sides of
Japanese blood grass - define border
Try using Japanese blood grass as a skirt along climbers or plants with “bare knees” for a fun look.
Grasses. A wide range of ornamental grasses can make a superb impact when massed. These blocks planted close to the building are composed of the Japanese blood grass (Imperata cylindrica 'Rubra')
“Edge” — rathjen
Rollin Landscape Design
6 Reviews
Sonoma Retreat
what is that grass growing beside the driveway?
What is the round mound of grass called
The grass is nusella or they call it mexican grass
The fencing looks great and the grass growing beside the driveway is awesome, it looks really very beautiful. I would love to have them beside my fencing in my frontyard. Can you please tell me about the grass, its name or where I
tall grass next to fence alongside Ocalla Rd.
Fence and grass. Could be cool for Dennis wall
I would prefer two types of decorative grass.
“great front yard!” — slkyle
Wantland Ink Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Landscape Renovation
managed with monkey grass (Liriope spicata, USDA zones 4 to 10) is bold and elegant.
I love the tall grass that goes next to the trees. It looks like there are purple flowers.
Liriope spicata Zones 4 to 10 (monkey grass )
Monkey grass. circle drive and gravel surface.
Linope spicata, ground plane managed by monkey grass. gravel drive, curb, sidewalk, generous
gravel drive, curb, sidewalk, generous landing and walk. It's hard to keep it simple, but this design did it. The ground plane managed with monkey grass (Liriope spicata, USDA zones 4 to 10) is bold and elegant. No doubt this landscape would have felt unfinished without the elegance of mature trees.
“beautiful home” — suzannewei
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Greenville, DE Landscape
How high does this grass get, thank you.
Woodland effect with variegated jap grass
nice gravel path with grasses and trees
Shrubs or natural grasses lining drive
love the symmetry and the grasses, but non mowing
Driveway idea to contain gravel with cornet or stone edging and grasses
driveway, tall grass
Japanese Forest Grass
Hakonechloa grass used underneath trees
grasses and trees...Grasses and path...Japanese grass...Stone and grasses
“garden” — artistnme
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
ornamental grasses very little water full sunlight
mixed with clumps of grass.
these grasses for planter too
ornamental grass plants
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 first year of growth, require very little water. They tend to thrive in areas of full sunlight.
Tall grasses...boxes in grass...Like this grass...Spike grasses
“Modern” — Nigel M
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Elegance in Design
Long like ours Simple Grass to edge Trees are less wide than magnolias
low enough lights on bridge, not too tall
The decorative grass and the stone wall to elongate the entrance
use of ornamental grasses and way the road curves - we need this to hide the unsitely concrete slab at the
Grass around lighting
stone, lighting and grass
entrance wall and grass
bottom of driveway-stonework, curve, grasses
Edging along woods....grasses at entrance
grass at entrance...tall grasses...Bridge &grasses...Wispy grass
“Driveway interance” — teresawarren56
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