a summer project.
It looks great!
Dichondra 'Silver Falls' might look like water running down. Just an idea for next year. You can start it from seeds.
thanks for the suggestion glenda.
since you are into plants so heavy, have you ever had fiber optic grass or black mondo grass?
William - you are one talented guy! What a wonderful hobby you have. I think that might be my favorite so far and I like Glenda's idea of using 'Silver Falls' although I haven't grown it myself.
I have a black monda grass called 'Ebony' and it hasn't spread very well for me but I think there's another variety. Maybe that one would thrive better. I've had mine for about five years and every time I look at it I think it's smaller than when I planted it.
thanks christie but i have to do things 2 or 3 times before they get close to correct.
mondo grass is said to be very slow spreading. i am going to check out the other variety.
Very nice William. I am glad to see you posting. My black mondo is under a walnut tree in deep shade and doesn't grow very fast at all. Blue fescue is nice in the sun but a silvery trailing plant would also be nice. That big structure needs a nice vine that won't cover the whole thing.
I'm sure it will be wonderful no matter what you plant in it.
Something w/white in it will attract the moon light an then you would still be able to see it after dark.