Dwarf catmint (Nepeta faassenii 'Walker's Low Catmint' )
This one has a soft feel and pleasant scent.
You can run your fingers through this one like it's green hair.
Oregeno 'Dittany of Crete'
Needless to say, I'm not keeping this one on my desk or I'll probably pet it to death.
Licorice plant (Helichrysum petiolare) and Korean grass (Zoysia tenuifolia)
Both are soft as...as...well actually they're softer than anything I can think of.
Time to put these plants to work!
The front bed ~ Phase 3 with the new plants shown above.
I'll be adding the gravel this weekend so it will look a lot better.
The little sticks are for soil erosion while the ground cover plants get established. They'll decompose with time.
(the sticks, not the ground cover)
Native dichondra and yellow wood sorrel will fill in as ground cover plants.
A tiny native wire sedge. It's very soft though it appears bristly.
One of our little native hair sedges
A native hair sedge in a sea of native dichondra
Korean grass textured with dichondra
Native panic grass. This is one of my VERY favorite native grasses.
Thanks for stopping by. David/:0)