Friday, March 14, 2014

Thinking about Plants

Have you got Ornamental Grasses in your gardens?
We have one Perennial Blue Fescue
This year  the  perennial plant of 2014 is a switch grass call Northwind.
It likes full sun will tolerate light shade.

The Bennie is doing better, ate more today and sitting up longer.


linda said...

I do like ornamental grasses..and glad to hear bennie is improving.

Sparky said...

We live way out in the country on almost 7 acres, so, I've been using native grasses for ornamentals. They're pretty, drought resistant and it doesn't matter if the wildlife has a nibble. I'm into low maintenance.

So happy to hear that Bennie has improved. ~:)

Anonymous said...

I have had the blue fescue and also zebra grass and love them both. At this house, we got a great deal on pampas grass last fall, so it will be fun to watch it grow this year.
So thankful for Bennie's improvement.

White Lace and Promises said...

Glad Bennie is feeling better. I know nothing about plants, but this is beautiful.

Sue said...

Indeed I do have ornamental grasses, mine turns pink in the fall, very pretty, but invasive. Yours is pretty too! So glad to hear that Bennie is getting better!

Simply Linda said...

No, none here. I am glad to read that Bennie is feeling better. Keeping you in prayer. Blessings

Mari said...

We have quite a few ornamental grasses around our yard. I do like the blue fescue.
Glad to here the Bennie keeps improving.

Linda @ Friendship Tea said...

I hope Bennie continues to improve quickly.

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