Pat Brodie Landscape DesignEclectic Landscape, Santa Barbara

This asian inspired garden features a koi pond and waterfall, grades, and several varieties of bamboo.
photo by Pat Brodie

This is an example of an eclectic retaining wall landscape in Santa Barbara. —  Houzz
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    Muhlenbergia capillaris should be listed in any grass book and it is also listed in my western garden book. We cut it to the ground in February and it comes right back
mlourdes1022 wrote:Jun 25, 2012

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Annie Thornton added this to Great Design Plant: Pink Muhly GrassJul 17, 2012

Pink muhly grows in the foreground of this garden. The mounding green growth characterizes the plant when it's not in bloom.

Amy Renea added this to Bathe Your Garden in a River of ColorMay 15, 2012

Another great application for grasses is in a waterfall type of planting. Planting similar plants with lots of movement cascading down a hill creates a beautiful effect.

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thiswouldwork added this to gardenJan 23, 2019

Salvia leucantha “ midnight “. Or May knight .?

jelsner added this to 2018 Yd DesignNov 5, 2018

Clumping bamboo... Chusquea pitterii. Try borinda Quadra

Jen Kennedy added this to landscapingOct 15, 2017

like purple plant and green grass at bottom

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