Grassy looks are in

by Natasha Starkell | 26.01.2014 | 2 items | sage , salvia nemorosa , switch grass | 0 comments | Rating: 3 votes

Salvia nemorosa and panicum virgatum

Flower beds backed by grasses are in. Tiny gardens that can't fit them in are out.

Here is a fail-proof recipe: plant a few ornamental grasses - such as silver, switch or pampas grass, and put wild flowers in front of it. Featured here is a lovely woodland sage, that can be replaced with literally any other flower, and it will still look modern. How very 'Piet Oudolf'.... 

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