51,027 wild grasses Home Design Photos

THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
Thomas Kyle
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wild grasses support a sloped hillside
Beautiful solution. What are the grasses? Will they grow in Northeast
wild flower, grass out amongst the trees
Wild grass you don't have to mow on steep slopes
meadow grasses and trees would be easy
Love the look and way it could help our sloped back area with grasses that wouldn't have to be mowed - just parts.
For gentle slopes like this, I adore native grass meadows.
“Interesting transition from manicured to natural!” — acpalmer
CYAN Horticulture
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Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Lotbinière, Québec
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oxeye daisies (Leucanthemum vulgare, zones 2 to 8) and wild grasses.
vulgare, zones 2 to 8) and wild grasses
For unmowed areas -a summer house goes all natural with a display of oxeye daisies (Leucanthemum vulgare, zones 2 to 8) and wild grasses.
mower (or prolonged vacations for the gardener) for wild grasses and their flowery companions to reclaim their due. In Lotbinière, Quebec, a summer house goes all natural with a display of oxeye daisies (Leucanthemum vulgare, zones 2 to 8) and wild grasses.
mower (or prolonged vacations for the gardener) for wild grasses and their flowery companions to reclaim their due. In Lotbinière, Quebec, a summer house goes all natural with a display of oxeye daisies (Leucanthemum vulgare, zones 2 to 8) and wild grasses.More in this series: Shape a Sea-Inspired Garden
“Meadow lawn” — mennok
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Mediterranean Estate
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Lovely plant combination. What is the white flowering plant in the upper left of the picture and the tall grass directly to its right? Thank you.
Using big wild grasses just beyond the edge provided by this low stone wall increases the drama, as it
Really like the flowers layered with the grasses and the patio wall is interesting too
Ledge separating flowering grass and srubs
Using big wild grasses just beyond the edge provided by
Using big wild grasses just beyond the edge provided by this low stone wall increases the drama, as it makes the wall look like it's the only thing between the patio and the plants completely taking over. Next: Browse more landscape design photos
“wall” — susanjanefrost
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
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Lane Goodkind Landscape Architect
Toro Canyon
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- ground level grasses” “Wild Grasses Simplicity” “Landscaping grasses and rocks” “Garden instead of grass” “ground-level grasses and perennials.” “The alternative yard, setting.” “grass and rock landscape” “native grass with boulders in” “Grasses and rocks instead”
wild grass - no mow perfect
I like the look of the grass tendrils. If we have issue with mowing
wild grass - no mow perfect” “I like the look of the grass tendrils. If we have issue with mowing lawn, can we use this low” “ground level grass for front yard, also
our yard - ground level grasses
Birds, butterflies and beneficial insects are drawn to multitiered environments featuring native trees, fruiting shrubs and vines, and ground-level grasses and perennials.
“I like rocks in the grass!!! Front & back yards” — pmerges
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
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Would like to have a couple of clumps of truffling big grass to accent front parking area. What kind of grass is this?
would love big groupings of tall willowy grasses like this along back sides of yard as a "wall"
The softer tones of lavender also mix well with lighter shades and wispy plumes of grass.
“Would like to have a couple of clumps of truffling big grass to accent front parking area. What kind” — roydiane
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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What is the soft grass in the background? Thank-you!
Carex sprengelii (low-mounding,grass-like plant in foreground), Allium 'Summer Beauty' (pale pink flowers)
Like how lush and wild this looks
Using grasses to create a naturalistic setting.
wonderful, wild unmanicured look much more natural!
A self-sustaining meadow is the ultimate natural and low-maintenance garden. Before going crazy with wild grasses and flowers, plant a thick ground cover. This tends to work particularly well in weedy areas, since it prevents weed growth. But be sure to start the ground cover in weed-free soil first
g plantings of grasses. The sharp lines are lightened by the waving grasses and the round canopy of the trees.
The side lawn has given way to the side meadow — and nothing could be dreamier than this gorgeous treatment that uses prairie-inspired perennials and ornamental grasses. The designer calls
“Grasses” — kempalthea
Simon Dale
Low Impact Woodland home
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roof. The walls are a mix of lime-plastered dry stone and straw bales, and the roof is insulated with straw bales, topped with earth and sown with wild grasses.
roof. The walls are a mix of lime-plastered dry stone and straw bales, and the roof is insulated with straw bales, topped with earth and sown with wild grasses.See more of this house
The walls are a mix of lime-plastered dry stone and straw bales, and the roof is insulated with straw bales, topped with earth and sown with wild grasses.
“Honbithouse interior” — elharris
AHBL
Diamond Hill Estate
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What type of grass is this?
I live in Lake Tahoe. We have issues with rabbits and our dog's urine ruining the grass. We've tried everything. Thinking of options and the natural, whispy lawn looks intriguing.
Grasses between course and front yard.
lovely no mow grass. maybe too much like meadow?
I like a variety of prairie grasses, but am
large rock in foreground field of short grasses to tall grass
Donald Pell - Gardens added this to From the Wild, Home: Elements of a Landscape of Experience Each
Wild and not manicured retreat setting
Nothing but ornamental grasses! Lower maintenance, drought tolerant,
“breeziness of it” — homedelight
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