Feather grass


Feather grass (Stipa) is a perennial herb from the Cereals or Bluegrass family. In total, there are about 300 types of grass. Feather grass mainly grows in steppes and mountain plains, prefers a temperate climate.

When organizing landscape design, gardeners manage to use a wide variety of plant species, including grasses and flowers that are hardly noticeable at first glance. Even they are able to create a unique compositional picture and decorate the empty territory of the garden. Let us dwell in more detail on such a representative of cereals as perennial feather grass.

Description of grass feather grass

Feather grass gradually forms its dense turf, which is formed from numerous roots. Erect stems grow no more than one meter in length. Leaves are leathery and elongated, often twisted in the form of a tube. A small proportion of species forms have flat leaf plates.

The inflorescences are woven together in paniculate brushes. The length of the spikelets does not exceed 2.5 cm. The spikelets contain flowers hidden under several scales. The scales, like shutters, protect the core of the flower and fall off as they mature.

Flowering begins in May and lasts only a couple of months. The intensity of budding increases in the second or third year after planting. Some varieties of feather grass flower only in the fourth year.

You should be aware that feather grass is considered an aggressive allergen. For this reason, it is better to refrain from cultivating such a cereal crop in your area in order to avoid unpleasant allergic symptoms.

The grass propagates by self-sowing. The wind often carries seeds throughout the area. You can also do the division of the rhizome.

If you look closely at the bushes, it is easy to notice that the grass behaves differently during dew. The previously twisted stem gradually straightens and squeezes into the ground along with the weevil, releasing small hairs into the soil. By the morning, the stem is leveled back, and individual grains are lost in the ground.

Feather grass in the garden. Decorative cereals and design of the suburban area.

Planting feather grass in the open field

Growing feather grass from seeds

There are a number of factors to consider when seeding. First of all, we are talking about the choice of seeds. Seeds are planted in open ground in spring or late autumn. Winter sowing guarantees the best germination. Having dug up the area, holes are closed for seeds at a distance of 20 cm from each other, then watered. Seeds in the amount of 3-4 pieces are placed inside and sprinkled with soil, lightly tamping.

As for planting and growing the finest feather grass, this exotic species requires more attention. If weather conditions do not allow sowing seeds directly to the site, you will have to start breeding seedlings. Seeds are distributed into pots filled with moist soil. No more than 3 seeds are placed in one pot. The crops should not be allowed to be damaged, so they are sprinkled with earth only 1 mm and sprayed with water from a spray bottle on top.

The first shoots break through in 4-5 days. Seedlings begin to prepare in March. A month later, it is dived in different containers, a month later, feather grass is planted in open ground. A dry and well-lit area is selected that is not flooded during prolonged rains. In the steppes, feather grass and many other grasses are especially sensitive to waterlogging of the soil.

In addition to the above claims to the composition of the soil, the plant has no more requirements. For feather grass seedlings, it is allowed to use either a universal soil mixture purchased from a store, or sifted garden soil.

Feather grass care in the garden

Feather grass care activities include removing harmful weeds that adapt to live near cultivated crops. Watering should be done in moderation but regular. However, at first, it is better to moisturize the seedlings properly, then the seedlings are more likely to adapt to the new conditions.

Adult shrubs need an additional source of water only in hot dry weather in the absence of natural precipitation for a long time. Otherwise, the grass turns yellow and loses its decorative effect.

Mineral fertilizers should be applied carefully, otherwise the complexes will simply burn the green mass and flowering shoots, leaving behind bare rhizomes. The same goes for organic dressings. It is recommended to mulch a flowerbed with feather grass with sawdust. Autumn care for feather grass involves pruning withered stems and shoots.

The division of the bushes makes it possible to effectively propagate the grass feather grass on the site. To do this, dig up a rhizome from a healthy plant and divide it in parts. Separate parts are placed in different holes. The division is advised to be carried out at the end of August.

Specimens of feather grass grown from seeds are afraid of transplanting and are difficult to take root in a new area, therefore, it is better to leave cereals in their usual place without special need. Within 10-15 years, the plant without transplantation will delight with flowering.

Feather grass diseases and pests

Infections, diseases and insects practically do not bother the cultural plantings of feather grass. Only if you completely run the neighboring flower beds, you should expect that the infection will jump to the perennial. Of course, there is no need to wait until this happens, since soil oxidation occurs under the influence of pathogens.

Types of feather grass with photo

Today, about 300 species of feather grass are mentioned in the botanical literature, of which 100 species are distinguished by their increased resistance to dry hot climates. Consider the most common horticultural crops grown in our regions.

Feather grass (Stipa pennata)

The height of herbaceous darts is about 30-100 cm. The surface of the stems is slightly pubescent. The leaves are narrow with pointed ends and roll up into tubes. The leaf blades have a slight roughness.

The length of the inflorescences sometimes reaches 25 cm. Each contains 6-20 scaly spikelets. The scales are arranged in two rows. Brownish shoots are bent and have hairy pubescence closer to the top of the bush.

Flowering of the species is seen in late May or June. A month later, the bushes begin to bear fruit with sharp, elongated grains. The plant grows well in loose soil with a neutral drainage environment. Excess moisture damages the grass and leads to growth inhibition.

Beautiful feather grass (Stipa pulcherrima)

Grass of medium length with numerous branches, pubescent in the lower part of internodes. The leaves of the lower tier are narrow in shape with a dark green color, and the leaves of the upper tier are smooth to the touch.

Inflorescence brushes look like compressed panicles. Spikelets with a red tint grow in length no more than 30 cm and include only one flower. The surface of the spikelets is covered with a layer of hairs 3 mm wide.

This type of feather grass looks good in group plantings inside an alpine slide. Separate flower beds with feather grass are mulched with rubble or expanded clay to hide the voids.

Flowering occurs at the end of May or June. Due to its attractiveness and decorative qualities, the plant fully justifies its name. The grass successfully survives winters, even withstands air temperatures dropping to -23 ° C. In nature, the most beautiful feather grass picks up the rocks or mountain plains. The culture is planted on calcareous substrates, where the rhizome will take root well.

Since wild planting of the plant is less and less common, it was decided to include this type of cereal in the Red Book.

The finest feather grass (Stipa tenuissima)

Another perennial that can only be seen occasionally in our area. Strong stems reach heights of up to 70 cm. The leaf blades are stiff and rough. They have a narrow shape, like other representatives of the species. The flowering panicles are about 20 cm in size. The panicles form spike-shaped arrows in purple tones. The main spine is bent, at the bottom it is devoid of hairiness, and to the top, on the contrary, it is covered with short bristles.

The species blooms in the first decade of summer. For planting, it is preferable to choose fertile chernozems. Severe frosts are not terrible for the grass and are easily tolerated.

Hairy feather grass (Stipa capillata)

Popularly, the culture is called hairy feather grass - a medium-sized plant with green thin longitudinal or flat gray leaves. The outer and inner sides of the plates are protected by the hairy cover. The internodes on the stems are quite inconspicuous.

The scales located at the bottom of the flower are small in size. Their edges also have hairs. The awn is bent twice. In the lower part, the awn is smooth to the touch, higher - it is overgrown with fluff. Warm steppes are one of the favorite places for the growth of hairy feather grass. Short spikelets bloom early in the season. In most regions, this species is gradually disappearing.

Stipa magnifica Junge

Bushes grown under normal conditions grow to a height of 40 to 75 cm. In soils enriched with fertilizers, they can stretch for another 15-20 cm. The leaves are twisted, no more than 7 mm wide. The flowers are framed by small hairy scales.

The main spine is usually bent once. Some varieties have a kind of "antennae". The budding period is similar to other species. The self-seeding feather grass of the magnificent cover the mountainous regions of Altai and the Urals. Even in the south, the grass takes root safely.

Feather grass in landscape design

At first glance, feather grass looks rather modest compared to other flowering perennials. However, this is more an advantage than a disadvantage. Cultural plantings of feather grass will perfectly complement any alpine slide. Gardeners have long learned to combine cereals with other flowers and herbs.

Such combinations, where miscanthuses, fescue, foxtail, echinacea or chamomile are present next to the feather grass, will not leave the guests of your personal plot indifferent. The perennial is also a great backdrop for poppies, sage, scabios and rose bushes.

Often, feather grass becomes a compositional element of many group plantings and sets off more saturated and graceful flowers. Having chosen this cereal as the central element of the flower bed, it is surrounded with bright flowers, for example, small roses.

Feather grass is used in the design of a natural reservoir in the garden. Arrows of reeds, sedges, irises are ideally combined next to it. Since the grass prefers a dry substrate, it is best to place plantings on the sides of the path leading to the lake.

Alpine slides are the most popular use for feather grass. Blooming shoots of grass, like edging, will limit the granite area. Representatives of conifers, barberry, boxwood and other undersized bushes can become neighbors.

If there is no time to come up with complex plant compositions, they start up a thick strip of feather grass near the fence. It will clearly highlight the boundaries of the garden, create the effect of completeness and order. The arrangement of grass near wattle fences or arches will be no less attractive and expressive.

In conclusion, it is worth adding that the modest feather grass should deserve close attention from novice gardeners. Among cereal crops, the plant occupies a worthy place and will decorate any garden.


Feather grass - gardening

Today we are practically unlimited in planting material for creating a garden in any style solution.

Lyudmila told what to consider when choosing plants for compositions in a natural style, which aggressive plants should be avoided and how to place everything in order to achieve a natural effect.

First, a few words about yourself. Why is the theme of nature-style gardens close to you?

Good day! My name is Lyudmila, I have been doing landscape design for over 20 years. Over the years, my track record in this area has grown without any advertising. The scheme was the same for all the years: come-saw-give me a phone!

New customers appeared thanks to old ones ... Two decades gave a huge experience, which, in my opinion, is more than theory. Although, books, and later the Internet, have not been canceled. And, I dare to admit, I am still learning! Yes Yes!

And now on the topic of NATURGARDEN. In one of my posts on Instagram, I wrote about my childhood, which passed on the Middle Volga. Water meadows, fields, forests, confluence of three rivers, Zhigulevskoe mountains, Tsarev kurgan ...

I have absorbed the beauty of these places! Blooming wild onions, feather grass, chamomile, bells, thistle, geranium, cereals ... Herbs, herbs!

When designing gardens, if the customer does not mind, I always try to leave a wild corner in the garden or create it anew. This is, firstly, a shelter for beneficial insects and birds, and secondly, beautiful!

Today we are practically unlimited in planting material for creating a garden in any style solution. The theme of the natural garden is new, but here the choice of plants is large.

What are the rules for planting such flower beds?

Landing rules? Let's start with the requirements! Soil, attitude to moisture, the same requirements for acidity, frost resistance of your particular zone, decorativeness and unpretentiousness. You must take this into account when selecting plants.

Attitude to light? This is less important because there are practically no plants that cannot stand the sun. There are shade-tolerant plants, but no shade-loving plants! Buzulnik is perhaps the only one who, with the slightest lack of moisture, "hangs" the leaves in the open sun.

And, of course, select flowering perennials for cereals such that they remain beautiful after flowering. If you do not study the characteristics of each plant yourself, then entrust the selection to a specialist.

How should plants be placed to achieve a natural effect? Are such plantings always carried out in seedlings, or is sowing also possible?

And now we will talk directly about planting plants in a natural garden. At first glance, it seems that everything grows somewhat chaotic in such a garden. Perennials, summer plants ... Summer plants, of course, wander, unlike perennial plants.

In order not to happen completely wild thickets, we must streamline our garden. It is better to think over in advance what to plant and where to plant. Pete Udolph first paints his gardens. We will not rule it out either!

I understand that not everyone can afford to buy already grown planting material. In the spring, online stores send out rhizomes of perennials with open roots, which are cheaper than potted ones, which means we can save somewhere.

There is a risk with such a purchase. I, due to my busyness, cannot afford it. I need a picture right away! You can choose. Many people ask questions about sowing seeds. This option also takes place.

But you must understand that fresh seedlings will look "picture-like" only after a few years. And you won't be able to land them in a permanent place right away. Will have to wait.

When plants gain strength and grow, is there a need to regulate their numbers?

This moment is required! My friends, go out into the garden, take a look at your charges! Admire, inhale the aromas, but do not forget that beauty requires ...

Time and labor! Remember the joke? I came home, the dust is lying ... Give, I think, and I'll lie down! In the house - dust, and in the garden bushes - flowers will fall.

But what about weeding?

Has someone canceled it? Any garden requires pre-prepared soil. The main thing is not to let any planting take its course, make adjustments, bypass aggressive plants.

And further! To minimize garden maintenance, shorten your wish list. Do you need a collection or a low-maintenance garden?

What species limit should not be exceeded?

- Are we talking about a landscape garden?
- Yes.
- Sometimes minimalism fascinates. I always recommend to do with a small list, if the task is not worth it - "grandmother's" garden.

Yes, they are rhythmic, but the composition is not limited to 2-3 species.

So I'm not talking about list 3-5. Customers invite me to remodel flower beds, where in 3 acres there are only 30 varieties of irises, 30 panicle phlox, 10 chrysanthemums, roses, aggressive neglected cereals, monarda, rudbeckia, astilbe, hosts ...

Madams no longer know what to do with this horror! I propose to take away the money and stop collecting collections.

Since the phrase about the aggressors has already sounded, which plants are better to be more careful with?

Growing some cereals without studying the characteristics may upset you. The conversation is about aggressive plants that, on light soils, very quickly overwhelm their neighbors.

It happens so fast you won't even notice! With creeping layers, they easily entangle the roots of "humble neighbors" and only digging up the aggressor and cleansing the captured plants will be your further actions. Therefore, I draw your attention to this moment.

And now I will list the list of aggressive plants:

- elimus or spikelet
- big manna
- sugar-flowered miscanthus
- two-source reed
- Spartina plumose.

Sedge, feather grass and maned barley can invade the territory by self-seeding. Please consider these points when drawing your cereal gardens! He who is forewarned is armed!

Now they write a lot about the fact that they do not cut off faded plants in natural compositions for the winter. Can this “trend” be applied to all species?

For cereals for sure! And then, cereals make the architecture of the garden in winter.

Will last year's mass interfere with the regrowth of young shoots in the spring?

In spring, grains should be pruned at the beginning of the growing season. I foresee the question: when? That's right, there are cereals that start to wake up earlier, and there are those that grow in steadily warm weather.

Cutting everything off! And we definitely feed them. I prefer foliar dressing, because fertilizers start to work much faster and the effect of such dressings is on the face.

On the eve of the holidays, what could you wish our readers?

The most beautiful holiday of miracle and magic comes to us! And in our hearts we remain children, as before. May you have many joyful moments that make up our life!

Let your loved ones give attention and care! Health to you! And every garden or small garden you make brings happiness and satisfaction. All the best!


Growing feather grass

Sowing seeds... In our zone, it is grown as an annual and propagated by seeds. Seeds are sown in late March - early April for seedlings. After sowing on a wet substrate, they are covered with a thin layer of vermiculite. Can be sown directly into small pots, especially if the seeds are made in the form of pills.

For seedlings, light and a temperature of 18-24 ° C are needed, at which they appear in 5-7 days. Seedlings grow quickly in good light, 18-21 ° C and moderate watering. After 5-6 weeks, they are dived in several pieces in 10 cm pots or immediately into containers.

Seedlings are grown in the brightest possible place and at a temperature of 15-18 ° C. At this time, it is important not to flood the plants, therefore, water only when the top layer of the soil dries up, but not until it wilts. Together with irrigation, complex fertilizers with a low phosphorus content are applied. With a lack of light and an excess of fertilizer, the plants lodge.

Transplanting... Seedlings are planted in the ground in May, when they grow, at a distance of 20-25 cm. The containers can be exposed to fresh air at the beginning of May, since the seedlings are not afraid of frost. Feather grass is undemanding to soils, but the place should be very sunny and without stagnant water.

Care... Plants are not buried when planting. Watering is needed only for the seedlings to take root. The plants are fed 3-4 times with an interval of 7-10 days with complex fertilizers.

You can try to keep the plants in winter with a little shelter, as they tolerate frosts down to -15 ° C. You can also store your dug and potted plants in a bright, cool room with limited watering during the winter. In the spring, the sod is divided.

Bloom... Feather grass blooms in July and remains decorative until severe frosts. If there is no abundant and prolonged autumn rains, then the plants retain fluffy ears for a very long time.


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      • Gaura
      • Gomfrena
      • Morning glory
      • Calendula
      • Kvamoklit
      • Clarkia
      • Cleoma
      • Castor oil plant
      • Collinsia
      • Sesame
      • Lakfiol
      • Leptosiphon
      • Limnantes
      • Lobelia
      • Lunaria
      • Poisonous buttercup
      • Malopa
      • Mattiola
      • Mattiola two-horned
      • Mesembriantemum
      • Monarda
      • Common touchy
      • Nemesia
      • Marigold
      • Petunia
      • Sunflower
      • Ptylotus
      • Floating bagel
      • Spilantes
      • Sudanese grass
      • Scovola
      • Tobacco
      • Titonia
      • Phacelia
      • Figelius
      • Phlox
      • Fortunia
      • Chrysanthemum annual
      • Zinnia
      • Cynoglossum
      • Succession
      • Nigella Damascus
      • Emilia
      • Yarutka
  • Cottage interior design
  • Country recipes
  • Do-it-yourself cottage repair
  • GARDEN
    • Growing greens
      • Parsley
      • Curly parsley
      • Rucola
      • Celery
      • Dill
      • Chives
    • Growing vegetables
      • Watermelon
      • Eggplant
      • White eggplant
      • White filling
      • Dutch cucumbers
      • Peas
      • Decorative pumpkin
      • Yellow watermelon
      • Yellow pepper
      • Zucchini
      • Cabbage
      • Cabbage (Latin Brassica oleracea)
      • White cabbage
      • Broccoli
      • Kale
      • Potatoes
      • Onion
      • Bow Carmen
      • Slime onion
      • Carrot
      • Wild carrots
      • Chickpea
      • Cucumber
      • Cucumber director
      • Cucumber Competitor
      • Cucumbers
      • Hot peppers
      • Pepper
      • Sweet pepper
      • Late white cabbage
      • Tomatoes
      • Radish
      • Radish cherry
      • Oil radish
      • Beet
      • Celery
      • Tladiant
      • Tomato
      • Tomato Banana Legs
      • Tomato King of Kings
      • Tomato Honey
      • Tomato Tolstoy
      • Tomato apple tree of Russia
      • Pumpkin
      • Beans
      • Black garlic
      • Garlic
    • Landing
    • Garden care
      • Urea fertilizer

- Nail fungus or onychomycosis: alternative treatments

- Recipes for making delicious vegetable soups

- How to improve eyesight: proven folk recipes

- What vitamins do we need and why

- An overview of the best early yielding cucumber varieties for the 2021 season.

- Recipe for delicious mini-kurniks to note

- Which lawn for the site is better to make: rolled, seeded or from weeds

- EM preparations: is it really a super-remedy for the vegetable garden?

- Snow in the greenhouse: pros and cons of the "white blanket" inside the structure

- Phytolamp for plants: choose "artificial sun"

- Early yielding tomato varieties for the 2021 season. Review of the top 5.

- Nordic walking: technique, benefits and harms of the lesson

- Natural helper - vermiculite: what it is and how to use it

- Medicinal properties of garlic: "Russian penicillin"


About Garden

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Moscow, st. Agricultural, 18, bldg. 3

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  • GARDEN
    • Shrubs for giving
      • Actinidia kolomikta
      • Barberry
      • Common barberry
      • White currant
      • Euonymus
      • Hawthorn
      • Lingonberry
      • Elder
      • Elderberry black
      • Camelthorn plant
      • Evergreen shrub
      • Hydrangea
      • Action
      • Rough action
      • Decorative
      • Blackberry
      • Blackberry Agave
      • Honeysuckle
      • Forest honeysuckle
      • Honeysuckle, pruning
      • Green currant
      • Viburnum
      • Viburnum red (ordinary)
      • Viburnum ordinary
      • Tree caragana
      • Karyopteris
      • Dogwood
      • Gooseberry
      • Shrub cotoneaster
      • Leukotoe
      • Loch
      • Loch narrow-leaved
      • Raspberries
      • Raspberry yellow
      • Raspberry Polana
      • Raspberry remontant
      • Crimson tree
      • Juniper
      • Juniper Blue Chip
      • Juniper species Mint Julep
      • Pyracantha
      • Whipped up
      • Ryabinnik
      • Boxwood
      • Sarcococcus
      • Lilac
      • Skimmia
      • Currant
      • Pink currant
      • Black currant
      • Spirea
      • Birch spirea
      • Spirea Bumald
      • Spirea willow
      • Bearberry
      • Photinia
      • Cercis
      • Blueberry
      • Rose hip
    • Garden layout
      • Nursery in the country
    • Planting and caring for trees
      • Decorative trees
        • Silver acacia
        • Royal Delonix
        • Ginkgo tree
        • Prutnyak
        • Bird cherry
        • standard roses
      • Deciduous trees
        • american maple
        • White oak
        • Birch
        • Fluffy birch
        • Oak
        • Willow
        • Spherical willow
        • Maple
        • Ash-leaved maple
        • Horse chestnut
        • Small-leaved linden
        • Three-lobed almond
        • Alder black
        • Sophora
        • Tabebuya
        • Poplar
        • Poplar white
        • Black poplar
        • Eucalyptus
      • Fruit trees
        • Plum
        • Apricot
        • Common apricot
        • Avocado
        • A pineapple
        • Grapes
        • Grape Magarach
        • Grapes Timur
        • Grapes Anniversary of Novocherkassk
        • Cherry
        • Growing nuts
        • Walnut
        • Pear
        • Columnar pear
        • Forest pear
        • Wild pear
        • Dragon eye
        • Yellow cherry
        • Cocoa
        • Dogwood
        • Lime
        • Mango
        • Mandarin
        • Muscat
        • Medlar
        • Sea buckthorn
        • Sea buckthorn buckthorn
        • Peach
        • Rowan red
        • Tamarillo
        • Pistachios
        • Persimmon
        • Citrus
        • Bird cherry
        • Sweet cherry
        • Prunes
        • Black walnut
        • Apple tree
        • Apple Royalty
        • apple tree delight
        • Apple Champion
      • Coniferous trees
        • Spruce
        • Spruce Glauka
        • Red spruce
        • Spruce Nidiformis
        • Cedar
        • Juniper Blue Star
        • Fir
        • Fir monochromatic
        • Sequoia
        • Pine
        • European cedar pine
        • Scots pine
        • Scots pine
        • Siberian cedar pine
        • Yew
        • Hemlock
        • Thuja
    • Berries
      • White strawberry
      • Strawberry
      • Ruyan's strawberry
      • Strawberry
      • Large strawberry
  • FLOWERS
    • Balcony flowers
    • Climbing plants
    • Biennial flowers
      • Mullein
      • Night violet
      • Ferocious
      • Echium
    • Wild plants
      • Butterbur
      • Common warthog
      • Hogweed
      • Sosnovsky's hogweed
      • Siberian Buzulnik
      • Cornflower rough
      • Viola
      • Wolf bast
      • Crow's eye four-leafed
      • Fisher's carnation
      • Marsh geranium
      • Iris calamus
      • Siberian iris
      • Red clover
      • Rapunzel bell
      • Crowded bell
      • Mullein bear ear
      • European swimsuit
      • Velcro
      • Round bow
      • Angular bow
      • Lupine multifoliate
      • Lungwort unclear
      • Finger-root meat-red
      • Spotted fingernail
      • Noble liverwort
      • Broadleaf cattail
      • Egg-shaped cache
      • Schrenck's tulip
      • Curly hops
    • Indoor flowers
      • Aglaonema
      • Adenium
      • Azalea
      • Amaryllis
      • Anthurium
      • Areca
      • Asklepias
      • Asplenium
      • Terry balsam
      • Barleria
      • Begonia
      • Brovallia
      • Buckenville
      • Gardenia
      • Geranium
      • Decembrist
      • Dracaena
      • Dracaena fragrant
      • Dracaena bordered
      • Dracaena Sandeoa
      • Dracaena
      • Drimiopsis
      • Jacaranda
      • Indoor jasmine
      • Zamioculcas
      • Zephyranthes
      • Ixora
      • Cactus
      • Kalanchoe
      • Callistemon
      • Callas
      • Carmona
      • Indoor azalea
      • Room bell
      • Costus
      • Krupka
      • Kufeya
      • Medinilla
      • Mini orchid
      • Indoor myrtle
      • Midges
      • Male happiness
      • Orchid
      • Dendrobium Orchid
      • Ludisia orchid
      • Orchid
      • Palm Washingtonia
      • Palm trees
      • Nightshade
      • Pedilanthus
      • Pelargonium
      • Pelargonium angel
      • Pellionia
      • Peperomia
      • Pilea
      • Plectrantus
      • Plumeria
      • Pteris
      • Ruellia
      • Sanchezia
      • Piggy
      • Saintpaulia
      • Spathiphyllum
      • Streptocarpus
      • Fat woman
      • Tradescantia
      • Usambara violet
      • Phalaenopsis
      • Ficus
      • Haedorea
      • Hamelacium
      • Chlorophytum
      • Hoya
      • Hoya wax ivy
      • Indoor eucalyptus
      • Epipremnum
      • Yucca
      • Jacobinia
    • Medicinal plants
      • Aloe tree (agave)
      • Butterbur medicinal
      • Ivan tea narrow-leaved
      • Ginger
      • Oxalis ordinary
      • Stinging nettle
      • Yellow capsule
      • Burdock
      • Peppermint
      • Balsamic tansy
      • Bitter wormwood (real)
      • Rosemary
      • Tatarnik prickly (budyak)
      • Thyme
      • Creeping thyme
      • Field violet
      • Violet tricolor
      • Thyme
      • Thistle thistle (tartar)
      • Sage
      • Drooping sage
    • Perennial garden flowers
      • Anemone
      • Astilba
      • Perennial asters
      • Balsam
      • Waller's balsam
      • Marigold
      • White roses
      • Bletilla
      • Bodyak
      • Vallota
      • Waldsteinia
      • Weigela
      • Loose mint
      • Verbena
      • Volzhanka
      • Curly rose
      • Carnation
      • Chinese carnation
      • Pinnate carnation
      • Garden carnation
      • Carnation herb
      • Shabo carnation
      • Gelenium
      • Dahlias
      • Hyacinth
      • Gladiolus
      • Hydrangea paniculata
      • Garden hydrangea
      • Lipstick
      • Gunner
      • Dubrovnik
      • Hedgehog
      • Jaundice
      • Larkspur
      • St. John's wort
      • Goldenrod
      • Ixia
      • Iris
      • Hyssop
      • Kaluzhnitsa
      • Calceolaria
      • Arends' Stone Grinder
      • Reed
      • Cardiocrinum
      • Cassiopeia
      • Katran
      • Kenyan rose
      • Clover
      • Clematis
      • Clematis Ville de Lyon
      • Clematis Multi Blue
      • Feather grass
      • Clefthoof
      • Coreopsis perennial
      • Brown roses
      • Stone berry
      • Cat's paw
      • Crocuses
      • Water lily
      • White water lily
      • White water lily
      • Swimsuit
      • Lavender
      • Lily of the valley
      • Laurentiya
      • Linen
      • Liatris spikelet
      • Day-lily
      • Lily
      • Limonium
      • Bulbous iris
      • Lunnik
      • Toadflax
      • Lupine white
      • Mallow
      • Cuff
      • Maral root
      • Lungwort
      • Meconopsis
      • Small petals
      • Spurge
      • Mordovnik
      • Hellebore
      • Mosses
      • Narcissus
      • Forget-me-not
      • Neoregelia
      • Nerina
      • Nymphea
      • Ozhika
      • Comfrey
      • Sedum
      • Fern ostrich
      • Primrose
      • Liverwort
      • Tansy
      • Pion
      • Climbing roses
      • Sagebrush
      • Boneset
      • primrose
      • Proleska
      • Mallow
      • Lumbago
      • Poultry
      • Pemphigus
      • Cotton grass
      • Hornwort
      • Rhodiola
      • Rhododendron
      • rose flower
      • Rose Iceberg
      • Rose Black Baccarat
      • Rose westerland
      • Rose Golden Celebration
      • Rose Double Delight
      • Rose Casino
      • Rose Midsummer
      • Rose Parade
      • Rose Polka
      • Rose Falstaff
      • Rose black magic
      • Rose Elf
      • Pink lilies
      • Chamomile
      • Ruta
      • Duckweed
      • garden lilies
      • Sanguinaria
      • Meadow core
      • Crowned serpukha
      • Feverweed
      • Cyanosis blue
      • Smilacin
      • Dream herb
      • Stevia
      • Passionflower
      • Arrowhead
      • Common rape
      • Thermopsis
      • Wheatgrass grass
      • Cane
      • Yarrow
      • Tulip
      • Uvularia
      • Falyaris
      • Phlox
      • Fuchsia
      • Hosta
      • Corydalis
      • Chrysanthemum
      • Chrysanthemum Zembla
      • Chrysanthemum single-headed
      • Brazilwood
      • Tsimicifuga
      • Chernogolovka
      • Scullcap
      • Edelweiss
      • Erika
      • Tarragon
      • Echinacea
      • Poisonous milestone
      • Common ulcer
      • Tribulus creeping
      • Fraxinella
      • Woodruff
      • Orchis
    • Annual flowers
      • Sesamum indicum L.
      • Ageratum
      • Ammobium
      • Angelonia
      • Aster
      • Asters
      • Marigold
      • Bidense
      • Beans
      • Venidium
      • Gaura
      • Gomfrena
      • Morning glory
      • Calendula
      • Kvamoklit
      • Clarkia
      • Cleoma
      • Castor oil plant
      • Collinsia
      • Sesame
      • Lakfiol
      • Leptosiphon
      • Limnantes
      • Lobelia
      • Lunaria
      • Poisonous buttercup
      • Malopa
      • Mattiola
      • Mattiola two-horned
      • Mesembriantemum
      • Monarda
      • Common touchy
      • Nemesia
      • Marigold
      • Petunia
      • Sunflower
      • Ptylotus
      • Floating bagel
      • Spilantes
      • Sudanese grass
      • Scovola
      • Tobacco
      • Titonia
      • Phacelia
      • Figelius
      • Phlox
      • Fortunia
      • Chrysanthemum annual
      • Zinnia
      • Cynoglossum
      • Succession
      • Nigella Damascus
      • Emilia
      • Yarutka
  • Cottage interior design
  • Country recipes
  • Do-it-yourself cottage repair
  • GARDEN
    • Growing greens
      • Parsley
      • Curly parsley
      • Rucola
      • Celery
      • Dill
      • Chives
    • Growing vegetables
      • Watermelon
      • Eggplant
      • White eggplant
      • White filling
      • Dutch cucumbers
      • Peas
      • Decorative pumpkin
      • Yellow watermelon
      • Yellow pepper
      • Zucchini
      • Cabbage
      • Cabbage (Latin Brassica oleracea)
      • White cabbage
      • Broccoli
      • Kale
      • Potatoes
      • Onion
      • Bow Carmen
      • Slime onion
      • Carrot
      • Wild carrots
      • Chickpea
      • Cucumber
      • Cucumber director
      • Cucumber Competitor
      • Cucumbers
      • Hot peppers
      • Pepper
      • Sweet pepper
      • Late white cabbage
      • Tomatoes
      • Radish
      • Radish cherry
      • Oil radish
      • Beet
      • Celery
      • Tladiant
      • Tomato
      • Tomato Banana Legs
      • Tomato King of Kings
      • Tomato Honey
      • Tomato Tolstoy
      • Tomato apple tree of Russia
      • Pumpkin
      • Beans
      • Black garlic
      • Garlic
    • Landing
    • Garden care
      • Urea fertilizer

- Nail fungus or onychomycosis: alternative treatments

- Recipes for making delicious vegetable soups

- How to improve eyesight: proven folk recipes

- What vitamins do we need and why

- An overview of the best early yielding cucumber varieties for the 2021 season.

- Recipe for delicious mini-kurniks to note

- Which lawn for the site is better to make: rolled, seeded or from weeds

- EM preparations: is it really a super-remedy for the vegetable garden?

- Snow in the greenhouse: pros and cons of the "white blanket" inside the structure

- Phytolamp for plants: choose "artificial sun"

- Early yielding tomato varieties for the 2021 season. Review of the top 5.

- Nordic walking: technique, benefits and harms of the lesson

- Natural helper - vermiculite: what it is and how to use it

- Medicinal properties of garlic: "Russian penicillin"


Using the beautiful feather grass

The most beautiful feather grass is grown in the garden in mixborders or flower arrangements:

  • You can combine it with other cereals such as foxtail, fescue or miscanthus.
  • The beautiful feather grass looks good in combination with poppies, sage, hyssop, echinacea, chamomile, ornamental onions.
  • In modern gardens, feather grass is used together with climbing and small-flowered roses.
  • Its silvery threads look beautiful until late autumn. The beautiful feather grass adorns the rock gardens. It is planted near the Thunberg barberry, next to the sod, dwarf conifers.

The beautiful feather grass is used to create dry bouquets. It does not lose its attractiveness throughout the fall and winter. Not everyone will decide to put them in the house because of the bad beliefs associated with this plant. Installed in office premises, they look original and beautiful.

The feather grass contains valuable biologically active substances. Trigdoquinine is considered one of the most valuable. Feather grass is especially rich in it. In small amounts, these substances soothe and relieve pain.


Watch the video: Waves of feathery Stipa


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