If you want your landscaping to be different from everyone on the block try planting different styles of grasses. The landscaping in the front yard can be the type that forms clumps instead of the grass that must be cut, while in the backyard and garden landscaping you may want to incorporate some taller versions of decorative grass.
Planting tall ornamental grasses in a group or in a row can create a privacy screen from neighbors, air conditioning units, trash cans, or something else you want to hide. You can also buy pampas grass in vase via https://dryflwrs.nl/pampasgras-gedroogd/ (also known as 'pampasgras in vaas via https://dryflwrs.nl/pampasgras-gedroogd/' in the Dutch language) online.
Some of the tall grasses include the big blue-stem with beautiful flowers and blue-grey leaves and can range in height from four feet to seven feet tall; pampas grass has tall pink flowers and will range from six to fifteen feet tall and the giant reed grass can range between fourteen and twenty feet tall and has leaves that are three inches across. Ornamental grasses need to be cut back in the spring which means you will lose that privacy screen while it grows back.
These beautiful landscaping plants bring texture to most flower beds. Using two or three varieties of miscanthus or some fountain grass will give this effect to hydrangea and lavender. Mounded grasses will complement the plants that have creative textures and the vertical grasses supplement the plants that are more rounded.
Just remember to plant the native grasses for your area. The low growing and clumping or mounded grasses make excellent ground covers; they smother out weeds while creating the textures for the landscape. Try adding some decorative grasses to your flower garden or front lawn as part of your next landscaping project.