Create Edging 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. More Edging Ideas Gardens Ideas, Create Edging, Blue Fescue, Midwest Living, Ornamental Grasses, Front Yards, Beautiful Gardens, Gardens Design, Ornaments Grass
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Beautiful idea for the garden...when we have our own. Use blue fescue in large quantities to create big impact in the landscape. It's a great edging plant and its mounding habit is great for creating contrast with taller, more upright grasses. Name: Festuca glauca 'Boulder Blue' Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Plant Size: To 1 foot tall and wide Zones: 4-8
Jardín Salamanca, lavender garden before it blooms, green textures, by Estudio Paisajismo
Monkey Grass, Ophiopogon Japonicus, Evergreen, No Mowing, Great for Borders, Pots and Accents
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.