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Pennisetum Princess, Zone 8-11

Front driveway: Pennisetum orientalis, Pennisetum setaceum Rubrum, Stipa tenuissima, Lavandula Provence, Stipa gigantea.

Fiber Opticgrass unusual tender perennial often grown as annual. Has fine texture & low, mounding habit perfect for container gardens. Full sun or part shade & moist soil. Zones 10-11 (usually grown as annual in colder zones). Size to 6 inches

Full color without full sun. 1. Porcupine grass (Miscanthus sinensis* ‘Strictus’, Zones 4–9) 2. ‘Gartenmeister Bonstedt’ fuchsia (Fuchsia ‘Gartenmeister Bonstedt’, Z 9–10) 3. Stained Glassworks™ Big Blonde coleus (Solenostemon scutellarioides Stained Glassworks™ Big Blonde, Z 11) 4. Sunbini sanvitalia (Sanvitalia ‘Starbini’, Z 9–11) 5. ‘Fortune Yellow Shades’ tuberous begonia (Begonia ‘Fortune Yellow Shades’, Z 11) 6. ‘Tiny Mice’ bat-faced cuphea (Cuphea llavea ‘Tiny Mice’, Z 10–11) 7. Trailing vinca (Vinca major* ‘Maculata’, Z 7–9) 8. Variegated Swedish ivy (Plectranthus forsteri ‘Marginatus’, Z 11)

Japanese Forest Grass Plant (shade - zone 9 - slow grower)

Pretty pink pampas grass. Winter hardy Zone 8-10.

Upland sea oats or Indian wood oats, Zone 8 and 9

Feather Reedgrass popular ornamental, distinct upright habit that looks fantastic all winter. This tough plant tolerates wide range of conditions. Full sun & well-drained soil. Zones 5-9. Size to 6 feet

Fish sculptures in amongst the grasses // Great Gardens & Ideas - love this look. Wonder what I could make some out of. (First I'd need to plant the grass...)