Brighten your outdoor space with this list of best ornamental grasses for texture and color.
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Cut back ornamental grasses now so your plant will grow back lush and healthy.
Ornamental grasses are among the easiest plants to grow. Use large grasses as dramatic focal points and smaller ones for borders and groundcovers.
Ornamental grasses are among the most drought-tolerant, deer-resistant and easy-to-establish plants you can grow.
Create your container garden masterpiece by selecting a thriller element. The thriller gives height and texture and sets the tone for remaining plants.
Even in areas where drought isn’t a problem, make low-water plant choices for areas that you don’t want to water regularly.
Ornamental grasses can be used anywhere you need a bold feature or contrast in the landscape. Plant ornamental grasses in perennial beds, as privacy screens, as groundcovers, or as a thriller in a container arrangement.
Refresh played-out summer containers with fall flowers and foliage following the thriller-filler-spiller formula.
Whether you’re worried about drought or you have healthy rainfall, follow a few simple tips to keep your landscape looking healthy and beautiful.
Choose these and you’ll be living with lawns of the future, or those that thrive on little water.
Drought-tolerant plants save you time and money. It’s a win-win. See our picks for the best eight water-saving plants.
This fall, pack a large pot to capacity with chrysanthemums, ornamental grasses and late-season perennials to punch up your porch or patio.