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  • Rebecca Ronan

    Create Edging (15 Ways To Use Ornamental Grasses In Your Landscape) "Edge your beds and borders with a tidy line of neat grasses. Small selections, such as the blue fescue shown here, are best for this. Test Garden Tip: Edging with grasses works best if you plant them a little closer together than you normally would so the grasses grow together in one line."

  • Lisa Downham-McClain

    Blue fescu How to Use Ornamental Grasses in Midwest Gardens | Midwest Living

  • Parks Green Hills

    Beautiful garden design

  • Rhonda Snedeker

    Beautiful ornamental grasses... This is the way to go in my front yard!

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So magical! If we ever enclose our small side yard, I'd love to have something like this there.

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Front Yard Sidewalk-Garden Ideas: Add Easy Elegance- filling beds with low maintenance, easy-care plants, such as these ornamental grasses, including fountain grass (Pennisetum) and blue oat grass (Helictotrichon). Here's a tip: Check your city's rules about planting in this space; some places have restrictions on how tall plants can grow.