It is a person who reshapes the earth into works of art using natural materials enhanced by select, inorganic elements when appropriate. Most land/earth artists have been Americans who have rejected the commercial aspects of art. They have sought to move
Cotton Candy Plant - Add a burst of color and texture to your garden with these lush ornamental grasses that flourish in hot, humid, dry or wet conditions. Enjoy light pink plumes in late summer with these wild, hardy plants. - Grows to approx. 20 to 36 H
Hakonechloa macra "All Gold" Japanese forest grass, glossy European ginger, and Japanese painted ferns and Hosta ‘June,’ with a couple of young ‘Lime Rickey’ heucheras picking up the gold grass underplanted beneath a magnolia tree.
Beni Kaze Japanese Forest Grass - One of the few grasses that thrives in part shade! Only tall, its slender leaves form a fountain of bright green and then become suffused with crimson and purple in fall.