Asian Modern Bergen County NJ

We designed and installed this Ipe, Asian Modern, Courtyard Gate in order to complement our client's contemporary garden originally designed by James van Sweden + Wolfgang Oehme.

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Ketaki Godbole Randiwe added this to Add Volume to Your Garden With These Fast-Growing, Hassle-Free Plants5 September 2017

Mondo grassIt is an evergreen perennial that makes for great ground cover or a standalone grass-like plant in a decorative contemporary container. Healthy mondo grass has a deep-green hue and somewhat resembles turf grass. Botanical name: Ophiopogon japonicusWater requirement: Low to mediumSoil: Moist but well-drained soil Light requirement: It does best in filtered sunlight, although it can tolerate partial shade and even direct sunlightMature size: 15-30 centimetres (6-12 inches) tall and up to 40 centimetres (15 inches) wideNative to: China, Japan and Korea

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Haven Garden Design and Construction added this to Uy Garden2 December 2019

Lilytfurf (Liriope) in foreground

Emmanuelle Massot added this to Vision to completion phase 214 November 2019

37. Monkey grass for the dog. Next to the outside AC unit

ANR Landscape Design, LLC added this to Maximo Gate17 September 2019

One way to add an accent to the gate height without an actual tall gate

lyn D added this to entry14 April 2018

There are few plants that possess such a deep shade of green as monkey grass (Liriope spp), shown here. Astoundingly, it stays that lush with little to no irrigation (especially when planted in the shade). It’s not a grass at all, but a tuberous plant in the asparagus family, with dainty purple or white flowers in spring. L. spicata can be highly invasive in some areas, but L. muscari is a well-behaved clumping plant that can be used without fear of its escaping into the wild. It is hardy to zones 6 to 9.

Mesquite Development added this to landscape architects9 April 2018

Again, Japanese effect with total Japanese garden. More green softens things.

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