By far, the most interesting things in my garden these days are my ornamental grasses. I have a lot of them because they are so low maintenance and they add great texture to the garden— in summer, fall and winter.
The only time I’m not super fond of my ornamental grasses is in the spring, when I cut them back and they’re bare for a month or two until they re-sprout. We have at least a dozen different varieties here at our house, and I’m always looking to expand my little “collection.” We got a few new ones this past spring, and I was curious to see if I would like them as much as the others come winter. I certainly do. Here are a few pictures of some of my favorites.