Hydrangea and fountain grass hedge.

living

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Imperata cylindrica ‘Rubra’: the Japanese Bloodgrass

Imperata cylindrica ‘Rubra’: the Japanese Bloodgrass

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Actaea ‘Black Negligee’ with the Japanese forest grass Hakonechloa macra ‘All Gold’

summer 2012 road trip: Pacific Northwest « A Growing Obsession

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Rudbeckia fulgida with ‘The Blues’ little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium), ‘Dewey Blue’ bitter switch grass (Panicum amarum), ‘Karl Foerster’ feather reed grass (Calamagrostis x acutiflora), and ‘Northwind’ switch grass (Panicum virgatum) at Hayefield

Late Summer Combinations

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Purple Coneflower - Purple Chill Pills by Live Mulch #coneflower #echinacea

Purple Chill Pills

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Japanese Blood Grass

Japanese Blood Grass Plant - Red Baron at Dobies

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Shasta Daisy, Coneflowers, Black-eyed Susans

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Ground Cover For Steep Slopes | Courtesy of DK - Simple Steps to Success: Lawns and Groundcover ...

How to Landscape with Groundcover

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Purple cone flower (also known as echinacea) Repinned by www.loisjoyhofmann.com Love it along that grey wood fence!

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Juniperus procumbens ’Nana’ fronts a Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Nana Lutea’, at lower right, and a steely-blue Picea pungens ‘Montgomery’, center.

Composing with Conifers - Fine Gardening Article

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Limelight Hydrangea and Silk Tassels grass (Carex morrowii var. temnolepis 'Silk Tassel') Takes full sun to part shade.

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tall, feather reed grass -- karl foerster & xeriscape - plant native grasses and perennials to save water

Feather Reed Grass - Okanagan Xeriscape Association

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Blood grass river through creeping thyme, ornamental grasses, groundcover, ground cover, landscaping, gardening, landscape architecture

Grass Inspiration - It's not all bad!

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Perennials In the garden

Home - Garden and Landscape Design

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"Ferns have long been used next to Hostas, because their fine foliage contrast with the broad, smooth leaves of the Hostas."

Showy Shade Gardens

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Late summer perennial garden overflowing with colorful black- eyed Susans, Purple Coneflowers, Pink tall Phlox.

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Okay, so everyone has seen this plant before. However, 'Karl Foerster' feather reed grass is worth looking at again. It makes an absolutely fantastic backdrop for purple coneflowers, daylilies and just about everything else!

Pick Your Shrubs - Duvall Landscaping

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Using Architectural Plants in the Garden • Great info and Tips!

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Elijah Blue Fescue (Front) 12" Zone 4. Needs dividing every few years. Feather Reed Grass (Behind) 60" Zone 3. Food for birds

Elijah Blue Fescue - Okanagan Xeriscape Association

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1 : Centaurea cineraria 2 : Dorycnium pentaphyllum 3 : Ballota acetabulosa 4 : Stachys byzantina 5 : Tanacetum densum subsp. amanii 6 : Marrubium incanum 7 : Leucophyllum frutescens 'Green Cloud'

Nouvelle page 2

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1 : Salvia chamaedryoides 2 : Rhodanthemum hosmariense 3 : Artemisia abrotanum 'Silver' 4 : Phlomis 'Le Sud' 5 : Senecio vira-vira 6 : Salvia fruticosa 7 : Salvia leucophylla 8 : Artemisia lanata

Nouvelle page 2

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contrast - color and texture= Yellow twig dogwood, red barberry, grass

Winter Garden « UW Botanic Gardens News

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ditch - more natural looking, and does have low in the front and tall at the back...but then need something to break up the back view

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August Afternoons Garden - This garden combines a pleasing mixture of grasses, flower forms and colors to provide blooms in August that continue through September. Fits a 5' x 10' space

August Afternoons Pre-Planned Garden | High Country Gardens

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Demonstration of the value of winter stems: Dogwoods and birch at the Savill Garden.

John Grimshaw's Garden Diary

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