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  • Casey Stotz

    Instead of the usual prim suspects—boxwood, privet, holly—the designer of this Rhode Island garden composed the hedge with tall, breezy grasses. A seven-foot-tall maiden grass (Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus'), along with several smaller stands of dwarf fountain grass (Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hameln'), creates a sense of enclosure that has a fluid, almost musical effect. Read more: Backyard and Front Yard Landscaping Ideas - Landscaping Designs - Country Living

  • Debbie Hahn

    Update your front yard or backyard design with shrubbery, gardens, walkways, and more.

  • Jim Bloxam

    garden designer Sean Conway composed this hedge with tall, breezy grasses. A seven-foot-tall maiden grass (Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus'), along with several smaller stands of dwarf fountain grass.

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Gardens Walkways, Breezi Grass, Backyard Design, Front Yard, Maiden Grass, Sean Conway, Gardens Design, Fountains Grass, Grass Miscanthus

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