Blue fescue  Botanical name: Festuca glauca Requirements: Well-drained soil and full sun.Bird benefits: Seeds feed them; foliage provides nesting material Gardener benefits: Mound-forming, semievergreen plants have striking blue-green foliage, making them valuable accent plants. Drought-tolerant plants are a good choice for low-water landscapes. Zones: 4-8  Size: 6-18 inches tall; 12-24 inches wide

6 Ornamental Grasses the Birds Love

great for creating contrast with taller, more upright grasses. Name: Festuca glauca 'Boulder Blue' blue fescue.Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Plant Size: To 1 foot tall and wide Zones:

A contemporary Australian garden designed by Peter Fudge.  This design is a lot less formal than most of his garden designs and somehow seems to suit the climate better.

A contemporary Australian garden designed by Peter Fudge. This design is a lot less formal than most of his garden designs and somehow seems to suit the climate better. Pinned by Janna Schreier

screen of reused corrugated iron  Garden screen constructed of reused corrugated iron and pine treated with waste car oil. Design by Landscape Architect, Edwina Richardson.

screen of reused corrugated iron Garden screen constructed of reused corrugated iron and pine treated with waste car oil. Design by Landscape Architect, Edwina Richardson.

The September Sky show garden at the Australian Garden Show Sydney. Designers Andrew Fisher Tomlinson and Tom Harfleet. A beautiful garden using Australian native plants. Quite an achievement for two English designers!

The September Sky show garden at the Australian Garden Show Sydney. Designers Andrew Fisher Tomlinson and Tom Harfleet. A beautiful garden using Australian native plants. Quite an achievement for two English designers!

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Shown: Leucadendron 'Winter Red' and kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos); By Debora Carl Landscape Design. Love the kangaroo paws!

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