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This is an example of a contemporary backyard gravel landscaping in Little Rock.
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This is an example of a contemporary backyard gravel landscaping in Little Rock. —  Houzz

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juanpimentel wrote:January 26, 2014
gourgeos . Please what is the grass type?

- Love it

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    PLEASE! :) What is this grass and will it grow in zone 7? Central NJ on the narrow barrier island ( Bay Head, Mantoloking area). Thanks. Need some inexpensive solution to all the bare ground that resulted when so many shrubs were killed by Hurricane Sandy.
    Email me at khladu@comcast.net
  • karenb683
    I am thinking it is ribbon grass, the pots have asparagus fern
sonocontenta wrote:March 2, 2014
  • Francesca Fuller

    I would like this info also please. thanks

oceannotdesert wrote:April 2, 2014
I'd love to the know the source for these planters too!

- They're exactly what I've envisioned for my own garden.

    greatblueheron wrote:June 5, 2014
    Where can I find those lovely planters?

    hhbakes wrote:October 3, 2014
      sweetlove3xs wrote:February 16, 2015
      Asparagus Fern

        ckurema wrote:July 15, 2015
        What size are these red planters?

          skwag wrote:June 19, 2016
          Is that dwarf mondo grass under red planters???

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            Hello skwag, that is actually liriope, not dwarf mondo grass. Those planters are about 4' tall so it makes the liriope looks small!

          lalainevilla wrote:October 4, 2016
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