Posts tagged: grasses
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Tangent Rail Seating from Forms+Surfaces, articulated backless benches. First seen on the blog, Serenity in the Garden.
Mexican Feather Grass (Nassella tenuissima) on the High Line in New York City. Photo by Jon Shireman.
A Virginia country garden designed by Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects based in New York City and Charlottesville, Virginia.
Rhythmic sequences of paths and plantings in a garden on New York’s Long Island. Designed by Edmund Hollander and Maryanne Connelly of New York firm Edmund Hollander Design. This photo is from ’ The Private Oasis: The Landscapes of Edmund Hollander Design’.
The Organic Garden at Holt Farm in Blagdon, North Somerset, U.K. I like the way the hedges part to show the glowing grasses. Photo by Christine Kaltoft.
A garden designed and built by Austin firm, D-Crain Design and Construction. At first I thought the background was a theatrical set design but then I remembered this was Texas, big sky country, and what I was seeing was a sunset! We don’t see things like that where I live. Anyway, back to garden design: Very nice use of texture and exclamation points…those skinny cedars at the top of the slope. Or are the Juniper?
Garden hedge: Miscanthus sinensis. What a texture! What a good idea! This is the garden of sculptor Jan Calmeyn near Antwerp, Belgium. Designed by Belgian landscape architect Piet Blanckaet. Photo by Phillippe Perdereau.
Great garden textural play. Simple and vibrant. Designed by the Washington, DC firm Oehme van Sweden Landscape Architecture
Very, very ‘new american garden’. Designed by the Washington, DC firm Oehme Van Sweden Associates. Located in the Hamptons on Long Island, New York in the U.S. Photo by Jason Dewey.
Brilliant garden use of ornamental grasses with a mown path and steps to make it comfortable for strolling. The Easton Walled Gardens in Grantham, Lincolnshire, England.
Who says you can’t mix formal with grasses in one garden? French landscape designer Louis Benech shows how at the Chateau de Pange in Lorraine, France.
Nice mix of garden boulders and grasses in this sloping landscape for the ‘Bridal Road House’, in Cape Town, South Africa. Designed by New York firm, Rees Roberts + Partners.