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17 Top Ornamental Grasses

Add soft texture to your garden with fountaingrass. More ornamental grasses: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/ornamental-grasses/?socsrc=bhgpin051113fountaingrass=2

So mandatory for house landscaping~ LOW TO NO maintenance PART SHADE- (Pennisetum setaceum) Purple fountain grass perennial hardiness zones 8 through 11, cannot tolerate cold temperatures and performs as an annual in cooler zones. The plant resists drought and grows quickly, making it ideal for placement in rock gardens and annual beds. Full sun and need well-drained, fertile soil. Cut purple fountain grass back during late winter or early spring

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.

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Fireworks in the Flower Bed

Pennisetum Rubrum "Fireworks" - Repinned by Country Greenery Florist -Fargo -Moorhead Florist

(To obscure the massive utility box by the trail?) Create a sense of beauty and movement in your landscape with our professionally designed Corner Grass Garden. Zebra Grass provides the central focus, supported by Rose Fountain Grasses on either side. Daring Dilemma Daylilies and Blue Festuca Grass introduce colorful highlights that complete this low-maintenance garden.A - 1 Zebra Grass B - 2 Rose Fountain Grass C - 3 Daring Dilemma Daylilies D - 6 Blue Festuca GrassTotal number of…

Peppermint Twist. Easy to grow and even able to withstand Southern droughts and heat, these puffs blend pink and white

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