The ornamental grasses have arrived

Ornamental grasses are typically referenced as making an impact in mid to late summer and even more so in the fall. There is no denying their influence during these seasons and that is when my garden truly shines (self pat on back).

But I also see them as a great foil to all of the perennials and shrubs that are kicking ass in the late spring and summer. The perfect back drop to all of that color. The perfect contrast in texture.

They may not have reached their peak color or form, but this OG obsessive says they still play a big part in the spring/summer garden.

What do you think?

Here is where they stand in my garden today. Even their subtle emergence makes me happy. I literally can’t take a photo in the garden without at least one photo bombing the pic.         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “The ornamental grasses have arrived

  1. Chuck Rasmussen

    As always, cool.
    Mets: do you go to their games?
    I sure liked reading your posts from training camp.

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    1. jmarkowski Post author

      We usually make it to two games a year. It’s a bit of a hike and of course expensive; $50+ in tolls, $25 to park and then there is the $9 hot dog and $13 beer.

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