Christina Jørgensen

Christina Jørgensen

Christina Jørgensen
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Festuca-glauca-Elijah-Blue-2.jpg Festuca-Pepindale-Blue, late spring and on.

Festuca-glauca-Elijah-Blue-2.jpg Festuca-Pepindale-Blue, late spring and on.

Festuca glauca - Ornamental blue fescue with steel blue blades.

Festuca glauca - Ornamental blue fescue with steel blue blades.

A lone clump of Festuca ovina glauca amongst a sea of Erica cinerea | VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver BC

A lone clump of Festuca ovina glauca amongst a sea of Erica cinerea | VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver BC

Pinus mugo 'Varella' backed by Calluna vulgaris

Pinus mugo 'Varella' backed by Calluna vulgaris

Contrasting dwarf conifers

Contrasting dwarf conifers

Heather in the Highlands of Scotland

Heather in the Highlands of Scotland

Although some bed head gardens combine flowers and grasses, don't worry too much about color, Maffei advises. He pairs narrow-leaved plants with broad-leaved ones and vase-shaped plants with those that grow in mounds. "Then toss in a few [plants] that have long, wiry stems that will spray out around them. Don't mass lots of the same plant in one place, mix them up a little."

Although some bed head gardens combine flowers and grasses, don't worry too much about color, Maffei advises. He pairs narrow-leaved plants with broad-leaved ones and vase-shaped plants with those that grow in mounds. "Then toss in a few [plants] that have long, wiry stems that will spray out around them. Don't mass lots of the same plant in one place, mix them up a little."

ostnica Pony tails(Stipa)

ostnica Pony tails(Stipa)

Landscape Designs of Bernard Trainor

Landscape Designs of Bernard Trainor

Deer Grass, Muhlenbergia rigens, is actually a deer resistant ornamental species. It is named for its mounding form that is dense enough to hide baby fawns in the North American wild. In a residential

Deer Grass, Muhlenbergia rigens, is actually a deer resistant ornamental species. It is named for its mounding form that is dense enough to hide baby fawns in the North American wild. In a residential