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  • Taylor Murphy

    Mexican Feather grasse, Irish moss and lava rock

  • Vivienne Fenton

    We call this grass Rosie's tail because it looks like our old Golden Retriever's tail! I must get some for our new garden

  • Tasha Satterfield-Buckles

    scleranthus biflorus acts like moss but it's a member of the carnation family! Pinned for a project by Dorrit Kingsbury for Kingsbury Garden Designs

  • Susan Domagalski

    Mexican feather grass, non native. Toss this into all the little dull spots in the garden. Good soft filler plant. // Great Gardens Ideas //

  • Elizabeth

    Front Yard: Mexican feather grass in Baybridge Island Garden in Seattle by Valerie Easton

  • Brooke McIntosh

    between the two back decks - zen garden idea

  • Anne Boxeur

    Mexican feather grass in Baybridge Island Garden in Seattle by Valerie Easton - LOVE ornamental grass!!

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