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Calamagrostis x acutifolia 'Karl Foerster' - 2017

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Calamagrostis x acutifolia 'Karl Foerster' - 2017 (Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster')

When the sun catches your autumn grasses



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Looking good .
No sun here today , just drizzly and damp .

8 Nov, 2017

 

Love grasses, would fill the garden with them if we had the room...

9 Nov, 2017

 

I'm gradually adding more, but trying to use varieties that are upright with a narrow spread. 'Karl Foerster' is a good one for getting height and but will need dividing fairly frequently on rich soil. Here, the luma sucks all the goodness and moisture out of it.

9 Nov, 2017

 

We have to divide our vigorous ones regularly to keep them from overtaking the borders.....but, wouldn't be without them! especially the Hakonechloa!

10 Nov, 2017

 

I'm a great fan of the panicums 'Heavy Metal' and 'Rehbraun', also molinia 'Moorhexe'

10 Nov, 2017

 

I am a grower of grasses too. But it is a pity they so get so
big so fast! Forever divider or changing their place. It is of the breeze, and the light that i think is such a sight in the fall.
Others would find them quite useless unless they have the
enough room for this sort of admiration, No?This is a beautiful photo. Thanks

11 Nov, 2017

 

We have Heavy metal which has been divided twice now, and Molinia variegata, which is a recent purchase.....

12 Nov, 2017



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