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Types of Ornamental Grasses - Ribbon Grass
... needs to be used with caution as it does spread. The variegated forms form attractive clumps. Two cultivars of ribbon grass are preferred. They are 'Picata' and 'Feesey's Form'. Both of these tend to be less invasive and easier to control. Flowers are white and occur from June-October. Ribbon grass is tolerant of a wide range of soils from dry, to moist, to wet and of sites from ...
Ornamental Grasses Forum - GardenWeb
... This forum is meant for the discussion of ornamental grasses, as well as sedges and rushes and other grass-like plants. For questions dealing with lawns, please go to the Lawn Care Forum. Instructions on using the ... Looking for Morning Light Miscanthus Posted by: flowrgirl1 5 on Sun, Aug 20, 06 at 14:51 HAVE: Ribbon Grass for Golden Rattail Cactus Posted by: catsoup zone 6 on Sat, Aug 12, 06 at 13:52 ...
Ornamental Grasses Forum - GardenWeb
... Grasses This forum is meant for the discussion of ornamental grasses, as well as sedges and rushes and other grass-like plants. For questions dealing with lawns, please go to the Lawn Care Forum. Instructions on using the forum ... 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Ribbon grass going yellow Posted by: arabs4me 5 on Mon, Jun 27, 05 at 1:32 1 follow-up, posted ...
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... a mix of various types of plants ideal growing conditions to attain natural algae control. Submerged plants Jungle Vallisneria (tape grass, ribbon grass) has ribbon-like, translucent, pale green leaves. It grows in shade, partial shade or full sun in water that is 15-60 cm (6-24 in.) deep. Cambomba has bright green, underwater, fan-like foliage. Fish ...
PSS123 Ornamental Grasses
... are in ( ). Ornamental Grasses Sedge Carex Tufted Hair Grass Deschampsia (Goldschlier) Fescue Festuca Blue Oat Grass Helictotrichon Japanese Blood Grass Imperata Silver Grass Miscanthus Moor Grass Molinia Switch Grass Panicum (virginianum) Fountain Grass Pennisetum (orientale) Ribbon Grass Phalaris (arundinacea 'Picta') Return to beginning of this list. Return to PSS 123 Garden Flowers homepage. ...
The Gardening Articles page
... , try Hemerocallis (Day Lilies). Depending upon variety, they will bloom from late May until early September. Inter-plant the area with decorative grasses, such as Phalaris arundinacea 'Picta'(Ribbon grass) or Festuca Glauca (Blue Fescue). For a really difficult, poorly drained and exposed spot, use Euphorbia cyparissias (Cypress Spurge) together with Lychmachia numularia (Creeping Jenny). The ...
bonniesplants.com Shade tolerant pond, aquatic plants
... cordata purple flower spikes. Long blooming period Primrose creeper hardy zone 8. Bright yellow flower persists all summer long. This plant is easy to grow and as the name implies it "creeps" out into the water. Arrow Arum Ribbon Grass is hardy zone 5. Dark green arrow shaped plants grows 2 to 3' tall. Native plant of North America Japanese Hardy zone ...
Hort on the Internet: Ornamental Grasses
... Grass - NC State New Zeland Flax - NC State Palm Sedge - NC State Paspalum floridanum - Missouri Phalaris arundinacea 'Feesey' - Missouri Phalaris arundinacea picta : Ribbon Grass Pleioblastus auricoma : Variegated Bamboo Porcupine Grass - NC State Prairie Cord Grass - NC State Prairie Droopseed - NC State Purple Moor grass - NC State Ravenna Grass - NC State Ribbon Grass; Gardener's Garters - NC ...
Flower Terminology (Part 1)
... , the vallisneria ovary develops into a seed-bearing fruit. In some species the flower stalk (peduncle) coils into a spiral and pulls the ripening fruit below the water surface. A dried male flower from North American ribbon-grass (Vallisneria americana). It was photographed through a compound microscope with substage illumination at 40 X magnification. The entire flower ...
Open Directory - Business: Agriculture and Forestry: Horticulture: Ornamentals: Cut Flowers and Greens
... galleries and details post-harvest care information. Yalaha Nurseries and Fernery - Cut foliage and foliage roping and garland for wholesale florists. Cut greens include leather leaf, sword fern, Aspidistra, Cocculus, ribbon grass, sprengeri, ming, rush, and beauty berry. Serving the floral industry since 1898. Yalaha, Florida. "Cut Flowers and Greens" search on: AltaVista - A9 - AOL - Ask - ...
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