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Fiber Opticgrass An unusual tender perennial often grown as an annual, fiber opticgrass has a fine texture and low, mounding habit perfect for container gardens. Name: Isolepis cernua Growing Conditions: Full sun or part shade and moist soil Size: To 6 inches tall Zones: 10-11 (usually grown as an annual in colder Zones) Plant This Grass Because: It fits in small spaces and has an unusual appearance.

Could have my own diy Epcot at home...DIY Kits for fibre optic lighting on a path or a deck. # Pin++ for Pinterest #

What a great idea for a trellis. Go to a bike graveyard & get some old wheels, with or without the tires....

Fiber optic grass gets its common name from wiry grassy leaves, which resemble fiber optic wire. It can even grow in standing water, adding fine texture to a shallow water garden. Or create a mini palm tree effect by wrapping a plastic tube around the base of the plant for the "trunk," allowing leaf tips to arch out of the tube as palm "fronds."

Nassella Tenuissima, Bronze Carex, Hellstrip planting By lifebegreen (March 21, 2007)

grasses, I love to watch them moving in the wind. So peaceful.

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Love this! For those who love reading and want to show their passion for books, a bookshelf planter is a nice idea. It is made of wood and imitates the images of some books arranged in a bookcase. These outdoor bookshelf planters make you think of a nice afternoon that you can spend on a terrace reading a book, sitting by your favorite flowers.

Mexican Feather Grass - Nasella (aka Stipa); evergreen, with hardiness in USDA Zones 6-10