1. Olesya GLEBOVA, the city of Kursk

    I advise everyone - plant decorative cereals in your flower garden. They are unpretentious. Perfectly combined with other plants. Here are some representatives from my collection.
    Blue sedge with a height of only about 25 cm, looks spectacular in a dump of white marble chips. And a taller (up to 50 cm) tossa Morrow Variegata with white-cream stripes on the leaves. It winters well in the middle lane, it even comes out from under the snow. Grows in partial shade in moderately moist soil.
    Rod-shaped millet. The plant is up to 1,5 m high with bluish-blue leaves, the tips of which turn dark red by autumn. For the winter, I do not cut the shoots so that moisture does not get inside and the roots do not rot.

    The emperor is cylindrical with a height of 30-45 cm. Young bright green leaves turn red during regrowth, and in the fall they turn blood-red, like tongues of flame. Loves full sun, loses decorativeness in the shade.

  2. Tatyana Ermine

    Advise unpretentious types of cereals, from which you can start landscaping the site.

    • OOO "Sad"

      - The sheep is evergreen. Often it is confused with blue fescue. The color and somewhat similar shape are confusing, but the sheep’s bumps are slightly higher and more sprawling than those of the gray fescue. It tolerates frosts and summer droughts.
      Blue fescue. It grows rapidly, so every 2-3 years the plant needs to be renewed by division. Drought-resistant, grows better in the sun.
      Moliny is not afraid of dampness and shade, does not like too sunny and arid areas. The ideal soil for it is moist and fertile.
      Soddy pike. It feels great on soils of any acidity and composition. It forms a low green hummock with numerous panicles rising above it. When the bushes "bald", the plant is dug up, divided into several parts and planted.
      Sludge sedate varieties Bronze From. The foliage is brownish-golden. It is not cut for the winter; in spring, it has died out (whitened) and is easily removed by hand. Feels good both in the sun and in partial shade.
      Emperor is cylindrical with bright red cylindrical leaves. Unpretentious, withstands different growing conditions.
      Ophiopogon Niger, also called the Japanese lily of the valley. Low frost resistant plant with black leafy plates. Any garden soil and moderate watering is suitable for him; it grows better in partial shade for me.
      Millet is rod-shaped. It boasts not only attractive appearance, but also durability. Withstands both drought and waterlogging. A sunny flower garden with any soil is suitable for millet, although "poor" is preferable - the bush does not live on it and the color of the leaves is brighter.

      Plants decorative cereals - photos and names


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