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Fabulous Garden Structures

comments (2) February 11th, 2013 in blogs
Antonio_Reis Antonio Reis, Product Manager
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See the big impact small structures have on gardens of every style.





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MichelleGervais writes: Regina, I'm not sure about the plant in the first photo, but the wispy plant in the 7th photo is definitely Stipa tenuissima (syn. Nasella tenuissima), or feather grass. It's hardy in Zones 7-11. Posted: 12:55 pm on February 12th
trashywoman62 writes: Antonio,That is quite a collection of structures. They are beautiful. And would love to see more of the gardens that these structures are in!!

In photo 1 is that a weeping hemlock, Tsuga canadensis 'Pendula', used to make the arch over the walk? And do you know what the whispy grass is along the pathway in photo 7?

Thanks, Regina Posted: 9:54 pm on February 11th
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