Low maintenance gardening with Grasses!/Garden Style nw
Low maintenance gardening with Grasses!/Garden Style nw
Low maintenance Gardening with Grasses!
Learn about the different grasses for sun or shade gardens that will cut down on maintenance and look good doing it.
Your host and Nursery owner: Debbie Cassidy
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Hakonechloa macra “Aureola” Japanese Forest Grass
Carex bucananaii “Red Rooster”
Liriope muscari “Silvery Sunproof”
Pennisetum orientale “Karley Rose”
Carex morrowii “Ever color” Ever glow
Miscanthus sinensis “Morning Light”
Carex oshimensis “Feather Falls”
Nasella tenuissima “Mexican feather grass”
Miscanthus sinensis “Zebrinus” Zebra Grass
Wondering when we will be seeing you again please, in Aust we pronounce as leer e ope
Thank you great advice….beautiful yard.
Love grasses, but many HOA will not allow, because fire hazard and home to mosquitos, nats, etc. Like them as accent plant, great filler. Not fond of too many grasses, freeze hard and take forever to recoup severe pruning. Some varieties are host for snail/slugs.
Could I plant a rooster grass in containers and bring in during winter?
That Japanese forest grass is HUGE!!! You can tell what great care you take in your garden. Thanks for sharing
Pronounced in Aus as lirryope
Love you videos, you have such a green thumb…your garden is beautiful
Do you have a video on how and when to prune magnolia bushes?
We had a serpentine like that in a pot and I trimmed mine after about 3 or 4 years I did not like the serpentine shape so it looks more Asian shape now and I like it much better
Be careful with Morning Light! It looks so soft, but if you run your fingers down a leaf, it will slice your fingers open. (Yes, voice of experience!)
Awesome Very Nice
Beautiful plants. I love the Miscanthus. New subscriber
I need grasses that are deer proof?
Any suggestions on low maintenance plants that will do good on pots? Unfortunately I have some health limitation due to artritis!
Thanks for sharing, it was very helpful (-: Greetings from the Netherlands
Love this thank you so much
What a beautiful garden. New subscriber here.
I’ve kept many of these ornamental grasses and loved them all. So many varieties and looks for many landscape applications. Great video
Hello, watch your video. I really interested in grasses and junipers. That can survive the 117 plus degrees here in Az. Can you help me. And are there any oak trees, that can live here?
What’s the plant name in the thumbnail picture for this video with the purple flower spikes?
I love my Japanese forestgrass and it doesn’t seed everywhere like blue oat grass and most other grasses. Very invasive. Not worth it.
Why do I find it hard to grow grasses..?
Is the spider plant kind of grass?
How do I get rid of it ? The Lilly turf
Love your videos plus garden answer
I’ve heard Liriope pronounced: La-rye-o-pee
Hey. I’m on the west coast of Tasmania Australia and gardens here are a challenge. You’ve given me some great ideas. I like soft and pretty and plants the produce spike flowers like agapanthus and bearded irises. But I can see that grasses might do well here. I’ll have to give them a go as I love their movement and graceful drooping. Thank you.
I would have guessed the Carex morrowii Ever Glow was a lariope. This one doesn’t bloom?
Beautiful grasses..I have a burgundy Pennisetum plant by my mailbox..Next year I’ll do one of my many rock gardens which is planted maybe 4ft from the mailbox off the sidewalk..I like the sound of grasses, Salvia’s and white daisies..Thank you for bringing beautiful videos to YouTube!!
Great topic, I´ve been recently more and more interested in ornamental grasses…
I just added hameln dwarf pennesitum to my landscape and the plumes are looking soft. It add the right texture. Thank you!
I wish you could show us the grasses in situ in your garden.
Misses seeing your videos. Just found this. Will search to see if you have a recent garden and garden center tour.
Great info! I need some that the deer won’t eat.
Moron. Sedges and liriope ARE NOT GRASSES.
I have a problem with rabbits eating my liriope grass and hostas. Any remedy to protect my plants?
What do you use for mulch?
According to googles “how do you pronounce” tool, Liriope is lr-ai-ow-pee with an emphasis on the second syllable. That plant name gets me every time so I defer to just calling it lilyturf.
This is really helpful! I am in the process of selecting some grasses for a shady spot and a sunny spot in my garden and this really helped! I especially liked seeing how you had yours arranged in your garden! I have subscribed to your channel and will be watching more videos because this one was SO helpful!
My neighbor got rid of her grasses and almost threw them away before I rescued them. I love it!
I just found your channel and I love it! Recently moved to northern Sacramento (Central Valley) from South Florida. Wow! What a difference. Needless to say, I need guidance. I realize I’m in a warmer and definitely drier zone than you, but your info/advice is wonderful. My challenge is finding things to tolerate 100+ temps and not a drop of rain since March. And then temps in the 30’s with rain in the winter.
Thank you so much for sharing ma’am new support here.
I haven’t seen any new videos for several weeks. I know that 2020 has been topsy-turvey for everyone in the gardening industry but I really miss your Garden Style tours packed with tips and great information. I’ve been looking forward to seeing your beautiful fall planters! I hope that all is well with you and that we’ll see a new update soon!