stock photo : Bamboo like looking, rough horse tail also known as scouring rush , or  snake grass (Equisetum hyemale) in spring.

stock photo : Bamboo like looking, rough horse tail also known as scouring rush , or snake grass (Equisetum hyemale) in spring.

Privacy plants snake grass - to hide our neighbours house from deck view

Plant Horsetail (Equisetum Hyemale) in contained planters for privacy walls and no worry of spreading this highly invasive plant modern exterior by Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design

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A muddy yard is unappealing in appearance and can contribute to mud inside the home if the muddy lawn happens to be in an area where people and& pets walk. A lawn that retains water may increase .

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Horsetail Plant Care

Considered a living fossil, horsetail (Equisetum arvense) is one of the oldest plants on the planet, primarily because it is one of the toughest to eradicate. Horsetail has an airy, fernlike look, .

Great container from /nickgardenguy/  The combination of the three plants here creates a striping of color. The bottom color stripe comes from the trailing silver ponysfoot and spiderwort fills in the base of the container. Finally, mother-in-law’s tongue rises to almost three feet, creating the top stripe. http://www.gardendesign.com

Building Container Combos- Garden Design Magazine by Nick McCullough Plants shown here: Dichondra argentea ‘Silver Falls’ (silver ponysfoot), Tradescantia pallida ‘Pink Stripe’ (spiderwort), and Sansevieria trifasciata (mother-in-law’s tongue)

Named for its resemblance to an equine tail, horsetail (Equisetum arvense) is a perennial plant that is also referred to as mare's tail, snake grass or horse pipes. Horsetail plants are reed-like and have been around for an exceptionally long time. Three common horsetail plants exist today: field horsetail, giant horsetail and smooth scouring rush. Smooth scouring rush is most commonly used in landscapes, and thrives in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 11…

How to Grow Horsetail

Without killing outer plants Horsetails grow well in soggy soils and near bodies of water.

There are different types of horsetail reed and the name is used to describe the whole group of plants whose appearance somewhat resembles a horse tail. Horsetail (Equisetum )is also known as puzzlegrass or snake grass and is a useful and attractive plant widely used in landscaping for its unusual and particular shape. How […]

Up for sale is 15 live horsetail reed plants. They are approximately 15 inches tall. Horsetail (Equisetum hyemale), also called scouring rush, is a sl

Artificial Snake Grass Plant - Commercial Silk Int'l

Commercial Silk Int’l manufactures artificial Snake Grass plants for fake desert landscapes. Similar to our Snake Grass, we also offer artificial Sansevieria, Horsetail plants and other assorted silk Succulents.

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Named for its resemblance to an equine tail, horsetail (Equisetum arvense) is a perennial plant that is also referred to as mare's tail, snake grass or horse pipes. Horsetail plants are reed-like .

Container Garden With Succulents, Mother-In-Law's Tongue and Other Mixed Plants.

Great design idea after some of my succulents "grow up" ☺️ Summer – Botanical Blitz – Gardening Professionals

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