I came across this image of Korean Velvet Grass (Zoysia tenuifolia) blanketing a front yard. The plant was mentioned for its turf like appearance, drought tolerance and beauty when left un-mowed. Hardy in zones 9-11, this plant would not thrive in Central Ohio but would be great used in the South and South West.
The grass will grow right up to tree roots, even in shady spots. Below the mounds are smaller than the picture above, I assume the more mature the grass gets the larger the mounds become.
Below is a detail of Korean Velvet Grass from a supplier out of Australia, you can see the detail of the amazing rolling mounds and even how it is growing up the rocks in the background.
Last week our clients received our first Holiday Idea Book in the mail. Since we no longer have the retail space we missed the opportunity to share our creative ideas for holiday with our clients and thought the Idea book could help. Even though we could only share a selection of ideas, we really hope that this gets everyone excited about decorating with fresh greens. I hope to share some of the work later this season here on the blog and thinking of Holiday 2012.
Click on the images below to see larger images or if you would like a copy mailed to you please let me know!
So I have been visiting Pintrest for awhile now, but waited until last night to finally request a membership. This weekend will be filled with tagging and organizing inspiration photos. Have a great weekend!
|Clipped boxwoods framing trees.
From Pintrest, original from Veranda.