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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
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What type of ornamental grass is this in front of the fence? Also is it evergreen
Hi Cory, thanks for the question. Those are daylily plants, not ornamental grasses. We planted two types, Hyperion and Autumn Prince. Hope this helps
ornamental grasses in front of fence- also intersperse seasonal bulbs
Ornamental Grass...Nice front yard garden look....Front yard fence...Front yard potential...Enclosed front yard...flat front yard...front yard, cottage garden-look...fence in yard
“plants in front of fence” — harley426
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Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Blackwell Architecture Inc.
6 Reviews
Renovations
Ideabooks15,760
Questions5
curved planters, can be for the front yard
Ornamental grass...Ornamental grasses...fence designed yard...the yard...Small back yard...Back yard...looks like my back yard...Back yard plans
“for southwest corner of back yard” — susanrahe
Claudia Leccacorvi
9 Reviews
Raveninside Interior Design
Ideabooks4,814
Questions10
Granite -called giallo ornamental. I like the look with the natural
giallo ornamental...Giallo Ornamental Granite...giallo ornamental granite with
“Guest loo decor” — pilele
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Pool Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks21,635
Questions11
Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. Glowing ornamental grasses and other low water plants enhance the natural style gardens surrounding
What type of ornamental grass is this? Will it grow in shade?
bottom left corner? That is Salvia leucantha (Mexican sage). The pink ornamental grass is "Pink muhly" grass or Muhlenbergia capillaries
Muhly grass offers one of the most stunning colorations of all the ornamental grasses. It starts out as a neat green mound of fine foliage, and by summer's
Some of my favorite ornamental grasses are the pink pampas and switchgrasses. The bright, wispy plumes of pink scream girlishness without the high maintenance
seed, make sure you check your state's invasive plant listings. Some ornamental grasses are considered noxious weeds in some parts of the country.
“Grass” — michellebox
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan 2-1
Ideabooks930
Questions0
do you like sort of dividing up the yard space something like
stones and replicate the heavy concrete slabs as a grid throughout the back yard and just put creeping thyme in between? Should I replace the paver deck with
Nice no maintenance yard. This is what a lot of people who don't love gardening need.
“Metal pergola” — nismo168
Gregory Davis & Associates
7 Reviews
Lawn Alternative
Ideabooks4,254
Questions3
silver carpet and the ornamental grass
flagstone in yard...Front yard Two...Front yard...Landscape front yard...brads new front yard
“Yard” — dan3383
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks5,562
Questions3
I love gallardia and had several varieties in my yard. Then they got really woody and even when I cut them back the woody areas were larger
gallardias (red ones) and ornamental oregano (purple cuties)
for perennial beds and borders, blanket flower pairs beautifully with ornamental grasses as well as rudbeckia and salvia.USDA zones: As an annual, it
Ornamental oregano for pops of purple
“Blanket Flower: Fall color; Bright & cheery garden space” — mpostier
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
Spring Hill Residence
Ideabooks22,343
Questions3
shade plantings with pavers in quiet small side yard spot
This is an inspiration for my side yard!
9. Dress up a side yard. Side yards are often neglected and relegated to housing garbage cans and compost
weeds. While side yards are usually pretty tight, they can be a valuable element of your overall garden design if used properly.The side yard shown here might
access isn’t necessary. Alternately, you can plant gardens on each side of the yard, leaving a path of turf or hardscaping wide enough for a lawnmower or barbecue
plants, since doing so can invite problems with rot, mildew and insects. Side yards are also not a good place to plant things with aggressive roots.More: What
“shaded area” — susanrahe
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