Monthly Archives: April 2013

Forever SNOW!!

Giant miscanthus stands stiff and upright on April 10, untouched by winter wind and snow. This year, I am going to cut many of these stems and use as plant stakes and woven decorative garden features. The stems are like … Continue reading

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Flat with snow

Silver spikegrass or Spodiopogon sibiricus is a great grass for a screen and makes a dense hedge of 5′ growth in the summer. Unfortunately, it has weak stems that succumb to the weight of snow, as shown in this photo … Continue reading

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