Spring is just around the corner here in the Midwest. If your garden interests lie in ornamental grasses, then here is an article just for you and me. I love them too !
“Ornamental grasses come in a wide variety of sizes, varieties, and colours. They mix perfectly with shrubs like hydrangeas in a cottage style garden; or blended with lavender or Russian Sage in a seaside garden. Today I’ve collected some stunning ideas for ways to incorporate ornamental grasses into your garden design…”
A mix of Feather Reed Grass and Russian Sage
You can use smaller grasses as accents in a rock garden; they provide beautiful contrast to mounded plantings.
A mass planting of miscanthus and hydrangea makes a beautiful edging bed
Smaller Ornamental grass contrast beautifully in this fun landscaped sidewalk garden bed.
You can even put large grasses in pots as a patio screen
Or use them massed together in a lawn as a striking feature (Miscanthus Grass variety) Via Garden World Images
I love this informal hedge with a mix of tall grasses (miscanthus variety) and Hydrangea (I believe it is Limelight Hydrangea)
Tall grasses are also a brilliant way to disguise a bare or sparse cedar hedge
Ditch the regular grass altogether, and create a pretty and unique entry garden full of river rock and ornamental grasses Via Debra Prinzing
Tall Pampas Grasses are easily massed and used as an informal hedge or screen
Feather Reed grass works beautifully in this Mediterranean style garden Via Gardenista
A mix of grasses create an interesting border to the lawn and a full bloom Pampas Grass definitely creates a dramatic showing in the yard Via BHGRE
Beautiful ornamental grasses mixed in a garden bed and in bloom Via
A cute little pathway lined with small river rock, modern lanterns, and landscape grasses
Such a breezy and relaxed look, Mexican feather grass looks amazing mass planted
Article written by Krista from: https://thehappyhousie.porch.com/landscaping-with-ornamental-grasses/