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  • Hannah Kirchner

    Garden hedge:  Miscanthus sinensis. What a texture! What a good idea! This is the garden of sculptor Jan Calmeyn near Antwerp, Belgium. Designed by Belgian landscape architect Piet Blanckaet. Photo by Phillippe Perdereau.

  • Francine Horsfall

    Green! Ornamental grass hedge. A hedge doesn't have to be planted of evergreens! These grasses will turn lovely golden beige and still block the view in winter. You will have some time in spring where, if you prune them to clear old leaves, privacy will be lost but still what a lovely soft, flowing hedge AND deer don't like to be around ornamental grasses.

  • Diana Sneckner

    Cool idea for the right spot - Ornamental grass hedge

  • Kaila Nix

    Grow a privacy fence of ornamental grass hedge to conceal whatever your backyard activities might be lol ;)

  • "The Clubhouse"

    Ornamental grass hedge. Landscape architect is Piet Blanckaert. Photo by Philippe Perdereau. Featured in Garden Design magazine.

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