Ornamental Grasses Have Many Uses In Landscapes
The final plantings of ornamental grasses are under way by Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy horticulturalist Angela Yuele at the recently reopened Frick Environmental Center. As we walk to a bed filled with native flowers and grasses, a cool stream of water from an oscillating sprinkler splashes both of us.
It's probably one of the last times these plants will get a drink unless it rains.
“When you're planting this late in the season, watering is the key to getting any plant to establish,” Yuele says.
As the temperatures drop and with a little help from Mother Nature, the plants will catch on and be reliable perennials, returning each season... Read the full article