Grasses in a small village garden

My garden in Cratfield is small, but somehow I have managed to squeeze in a number of grasses, and I love them! Piet Oudolf is an expert in this area, and of course Oehme and van Sweden in America have been hugely influential.

Stipa tenuissima in 2012

Stipa tenuissima in summer 2012

Stipa Tenuissima in Autumn 2012

Stipa Tenuissima in Autumn 2012

The stipa tenuissima has not over-wintered well, which is very sad

Stipa Gigantea (giant oat grass)

Stipa Gigantea (giant oat grass) in 2012

Stipa Gigantea

Stipa Gigantea

Miscanthus 'Kleine Silberspinne'

Miscanthus ‘Kleine Silberspinne’

Pennisetum alopecuroides  'Hamelm'

Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Hamelm’

Looking at these pictures I realise I could do a post on each variety of grass at different times of the year!

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