Nassella tenuissima (formertly Stipa tenuissima) - Mexican Feather Grass
Walking through the Sunset Park district of Santa Monica one discovers plants like this. Many front yards display non-traditional, diverse and water-wise plantings that adapt well to the arid conditions of Southern California. This garden has several ornamental grasses arranged with geometric simplicity.
Stipa tenuissima Ponytails - Bertcuijpers
Een plant die prima past in een vaste planten border is de Stipa tenuissima Ponytails’. Dit gras is prima te combineren met bijvoorbeeld een Gaura of Salvia. De dunne bloei aren hebben een wuivend effect in de wind.
Bunny Tails Ornamental Grass Seeds
This is one of those grasses that you grow first on a whim, then as an integral part of your garden. It's just that irresistible (and easy). And for an annual, it manages to give 12 months or more of beauty when you use its lovely bunny tails as everlastings. Give it a try this season and you'll see what I mean. The plant itself is neat and compact, just 12 to 20 inches high and about a foot wide. Beginning in early summer, it's topped by chartreuse puffballs, about 2½ inches wide, that…
Unbeatable Plants for the Maritime Northwest Garden
Stipa gigantea (Giant Feather Grass) Water Use: Moderate Size: 2' x 4' blooms 3’ – 4’ high Sun: Sun CA Native: Deer Resistant: Rarely damaged Wildlife Value: None
Cheveux d'ange - Stipa tenuifolia - Ponytail - Une graminée persistante au port léger.
Stipa tenuifolia est une graminée qui forme rapidement une incroyable fontaine de cheveux verts, ondulant sous le vent, puis, en l'été des touffes soyeuses, blondes et légères. Rustique, adaptée aux sols secs et pauvres. Une vivace exceptionnelle !
Stipa tenuissima 'Pony Tails' ornamental grass aka Nasella, Mexican Feather Grass | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com
Stipa tenuissima 'Pony Tails' ornamental grass aka Nasella, Mexican Feather Grass Nassella
Desert Island Plant Challenge
Many thanks to Shirl of Shirl's Gardenwatch for coming up with a great idea for a community activity: The Desert Island Plant Challenge. The concept of a warm desert island - as compared to the frozen wasteland we call Pennsylvania in January - sounds awfully good right now! We get to pick any three plants to take with us, ornamental or edible, though she assures us that there's already plenty of food on our island, so we don't have to choose purely for practical reasons. She also tells us…
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