Monthly Archives: October 2011

Using Hakonechloa macra Grass in a Perennial Meadow.

This is an ornamental grass I have used mainly as a pot specimen or as a front of border edging plant in the past, but lets think about how we might use it as a theme plant within a mixed … Continue reading

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Planting Recipe using Purple Moor Grass

Following on from my previous post on using molinia grasses in a perennial meadow, this time I will be using one of the lower growing forms of Molinia caerulea subsp. caerulea. These Purple Moor Grasses are divided into two groups: … Continue reading

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Plant Recipes for Perennial Meadows

A single plant portrait can seduce us into wanting to own and grow it, but it is only by mixing, matching and contrasting different plants in our garden borders that we can fully appreciate their subtleties and characters. This is … Continue reading

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