Black Mondo Grass
Want this for my front yard. Previous pinner says, "Shade garden - Black Mondo Grass. I absolutely LOVE this stuff. Imagine it growing as a border for flowering plants with bright colors. Also makes a great mass planting surrounded by a stone border. Or in planters or flower boxes for contrast."
Low Water Use Plants Add Color and Variety to Your Landscape
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Surprising Planting Pairings
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Carex Seed - Orange Sedge Ornamental Grass Seeds
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