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Originally thought to be a passing fad, grasses are here to stay.

Through The Year

GAP Photos / Diana Jazwinski

Feature No:   65 

Qty of Images:    74 


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Originally thought to be a passing fad, grasses are now here to stay and have earned their place in the English garden whether for their naturalistic and meadow-like characteristics, or to soften hard lines within the urban context of contemporary gardens. There are evergreen and deciduous groups; some for damp spaces and some for dry. The colours of the foliage range from green early in their season, developing autumn tints to complement the colours of the trees in autumn. As a result they add a fresh dimension to the garden when all else is beginning to look a little tired. They should be left uncut over the winter for their beautiful sculptural qualities as well as providing food for wildlife. This collection will continue to grow as new species are found to be suitable for our climate and conditions.



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