Gossamer Gardens: 11 Ideas for Landscaping with Mexican Feather Grass

Silvery Artemesia ‘Powis Castle’, Stipa tenuissima, and purple spikes of Russian sage. Verbena bonariensis provides the purple punctuations in the back.

Various grasses, stipa, heliotrochon, salvias, eryngiums and thymes

Mixed planting of grasses (stipa, heliotrochon) salvias, eryngiums and thymes. Soft grasses droop over top of lovely retaining wall.

longue bordure de vivaces dont des géraniums, sauges, nepetas, anthémis, macleaya cordata et phlox menant à un pergola de rosiers.

long perennial border including geraniums, sage, nepetas, anthemis, macleaya cordata and phlox leading to a pergola of roses.


A beautiful border garden - The yellow spikes of the red hot poker (Kniphofia) add nice contrast. Lavender cotton (Santolina) and daisy bush (Brachyglottis syn.

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ornamental grass landscaping Another idea for backyards using a variety of types of grasses.

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Moondance rose, Russian sage & Mexican feather grass via Le Jardinet Designs. Find an alternative to the invasive feather grass

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Layers or perennials and grasses can frame the paths and lawn areas. Flowering shrubs can also be added.