In the shade of some old trees, I've been growing Astilboides tabularis for more than 20 years, which used to be classified as a Rodgersia when I got it. Astilboides Tabulari, Favorite Plants, Shady Gardens, Chartreuse Plants, Woodland Plants, Shades Plants, Shades Gardens, Shade Plants, Gardens Plants
In the shade of some old trees, I've been growing Astilboides tabularis for more than 20 years, which used to be classified as a Rodgersia when I got it.
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Heuchera Bella Notte goes great with the Hakone Grass. Duplicate this on side of house.
Miscanthus 'Gold Bar' with Verbena bonariensis. Garden design by Adam Woodruff + Associates www.adamwoodruff.com
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Ferns, black mondo grass, and the hakonecloa (Japanese forest grass) make great plantings at the base of rainchains - they'll thrive with the added moisture! And the river stones will help prevent muddy splashes - as well as (w/ some grade management) disburse any rainwater that might pool there... All this while enhancing the near-by patio! What a well-planned design! Gardens Ideas, Rain Garden, Mondo Grass, Hakonechloa Macrae, Rain Chains, Gold Japanese, Black Mondo, Macrae Aureola, Forests Grass
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If you want to add eye-popping color to your perennial garden, try bright red Japanese blood grass. It makes a bold statement when contrasted with the silvery green ‘Powis Castle’ artemisia, behind and right, and the white flowered gaura, directly behind. Gardens Ideas, Web Articles, Louisiana Gardens, Gardens Web, Ornamental Grasses, Blood Grass, Bloodgrass, Ornaments Grass, Japanese Blood
Designing with Ornamental Grasses | Louisiana Gardener Web Articles, Japanese blood grass
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How to use ornamental grasses in Midwest gardens: Get the most out of your grasses with our 10 landscaping tips.
How to Use Ornamental Grasses in Midwest Gardens
Uncinia uncinata ‘Red’ 'Rubra' - Bright Shade to Shade - A gorgeous, deepest red-bronzy, clumping grass. Growing to a compact 12” x 15" tall & wide, it is very easy to grow & looks great all of the time. Excellent for adding rich, contrasting color & texture to the front of a bed. Uncinias like a cool, moist habitat. It doesn’t like to dry out. Uncinata Red, Uncinia Uncinata, Grass For Shades, Beds Plants, Red Sedge, Uncinia Red, Flowers Beds, Red Grass, Beauty Plants
Uncinia uncinata ‘Red’ Rubra
Uncinia Rubra - Firedance Ornamental Grass - front porch landscaping Love the color! I'm now on a mission to add this in my garden next to the Karl Forester.
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Fothergilla A wonderful but underused shade-loving shrub, fothergilla offers blue-green foliage in spring and summer. Its leaves reveal warm shades of gold and orange in fall. And fothergilla has honey-scented springtime flowers to boot. Gardens Ideas, Honey Sc Springtime, Warm Shades, Shades Shrubs, North America, Springtime Flowers, Blue Green, Shades Lov Shrubs, Shades Gardens
Fothergilla A wonderful but underused shade-loving shrub, fothergilla offers blue-green foliage in spring and summer. Its leaves reveal warm shades of gold and orange in fall. And fothergilla has honey-scented springtime flowers to boot.
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Beautiful color combination
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The Best New Shade Perennials for 2014: Electrify the darkest corners of your landscape with shade-loving perennial flowers. Here are some of our top picks for 2014. By Doug Jimerson and Karen Weir-Jimerson Gardens Ideas, Plants For Shade, Perennials Flowers, Tops Pick, Shades Plants, Shade Perennials, Shades Lov Perennials, Shades Perennials, Darkest Corner
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