Shaded patio

Patio shaded by steel and redwood arbor with water feature.

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Ketaki Godbole Randiwe added this to Add Volume to Your Garden With These Fast-Growing, Hassle-Free Plants4 January 2018

Horsetail reed grassEquisetum breaks down into two Latin words, meaning ‘horse’ and ‘bristle’. It is a perennial herb that is evergreen (although the green colour will fade somewhat during the course of a rough winter), but this ancient plant is more closely related to ferns than to the perennials which we are most accustomed to growing in our gardens.Botanical name: Equisetum hyemaleWater requirement: Medium moistureSoil: Prefer moderately damp soil, but can also grow in shallow standing waterLight requirement: Extremely adaptable in terms of light levels, growing in full sun, deep shade and everything in betweenMature size: 0.6-1.8 metres (2-6 feet) tall Native to: North America, Europe and Asia

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KHJ Designs LLC added this to 329 Yard11 December 2019

Maybe the water feature is where we end the stairs on the west side of the yard

HU-718734475 added this to patio14 July 2019

How about horsetail reed grass for the planters by the creek

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