Ornamental grasses are an easy way to add color and interest to your garden landscape. Watch as Better Homes and Gardens shares facts and planting tips about ornamental grass! Most ornamental grasses are easy to grow. Switch grass features cloud-like seed heads and tolerates many growing conditions. Maiden grass is popular for its thin leaf blades and graceful arching texture. Fountain grass is a shorter type of ornamental grass that features fuzzy seed heads that attract birds and look like caterpillars. Feather reed grass stands straight up and features wheat-like seed heads. If you're looking for an ornamental grass for shade, plant Japanese forest grass. Keep these types in mind when picking out the perfect ornamental grass for your landscape! Subscribe to the BHG Channel -- http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bhg Official Website: http://www.bhg.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mybhg Twitter: http://twitter.com/bhg Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/bhg/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/betterhomesandgardens#
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02/20/16-Host Casey Hentges shows viewers how to divide ornamental grasses.
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Those ornamental grasses look great in Charleston gardens in the spring and summer, but they need a pruning after being attacked by the cold weather. Jim Martin gives some tips for quick trimming and easy cleanup. If you like this video, consider a donation to the Conservancy to support more projects like this. https://www.charlestonparksconservancy.org/donate/
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Minecraft seagrass farm tutorial made in Minecraft Java 1.13. Enjoy! My links: ● Donate (it helps!): https://www.paypal.me/stormfrenzy/10 ● Subscribe: http://goo.gl/PhNO9O ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/stormfrenzy ● Website: http://stormfrenzy.com Music: Shuniji by C418 https://c418.org Thanks for watching. Stay awesome :).
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How to easily cut and remove TALL ornamental grass plants in preparation for winter using only a short rope and a hand saw. I've considered burning the remnants at the base, assuming the accumulation would hinder growth, but this is year three, and so far, spring growth is strong!
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Seagrass have the potential to make a huge positive impact on our environment. Check out this video to learn more! Song: Animal Wisdom by The Brian Jonestown Massacre Sources: 00:00 The Smithsonian | Seagrass and Seagrass Beds https://ocean.si.edu/ocean-life/plants-algae/seagrass-and-seagrass-beds and Yale Environment 360 | How Growing Sea Plants Can Help Slow Ocean Acidification https://e360.yale.edu/features/kelp_seagrass_slow_ocean_acidification_netarts 00:46 Growing Air Foundation | Tree and Rain Forest Facts http://www.growingairfoundation.org/
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Hedge Trimmer: http://amzn.to/2pe8ENd Watch as Catherine Moravec, Horticulturist for Colorado Yard Care, demonstrates the best two methods for cutting back ornamental grasses in spring. She covers hand pruning vs. using hedge trimmers. She also shows how high to cut them back. Visit http://www.coloradoyardcare.com for more handy yard care tips.
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Divers swim over the lush under water vegetation near Port Mouton Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada. The tall lush eel grass is a sign of a healthy aquatic habitat - one that can support many forms of marine life. Video by: Woods-Symington
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In this episode of growing wisdom Dave shows off some of his ornamental grasses. Including: Hakone Grass, Elijah Blue Fescue, Zebra Grass, Feather Reed Grass, Northern Sea Oats & Dune Grass. If you are looking for the right ornamental grass this video will give you an overview of many types of grasses and show some of the differences between them. You will learn how to care for grasses and what makes each one unique.
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They are an ancient species of flowering plants that grow submerged in all of the world’s oceans. Seagrasses link offshore coral reefs with coastal mangrove forests. Today, these “prairies of the sea,” along with mangroves, are on the decline globally. Scientists fear the diminishing vegetation could result in an ecosystem collapse from the bottom of the food chain all the way to the top. Changing Seas joins experts in the field as they work to restore Florida’s important mangroves and seagrasses. Known as “hotspots of biodiversity,” seagrasses and mangroves attract and support a variety of marine life. However, worldwide damage and removal of these plants continue at a rapid pace. Changing Seas travels along Florida’s coastline to get a better understanding of the significant roles mangroves and seagrasses play within the state. Can biologists prevent a negative ripple-effect throughout the marine food web before it’s too late? How will rising sea levels impact these plants as well at the communities that depend on them? Learn more at www.changingseas.tv or facebook.com/changingseas
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It's a natural process. In the summer, seagrasses slough off old shoots and grow new ones. The sloughed off grass lands along the coastline, and inevitably, in salt marshes. The plants it lands on get killed. But, as is usually the case in nature, there is another side to this transaction. Dr. Randall Hughes and her crew weigh the benefits of seagrass wrack- the providing of nutrients, habitat, and opportunity for new growth- versus its destructive aspect. Learn more about Randall's experiment on the effects of seagrass wrack in the marsh: http://blog.wfsu.org/blog-coastal-health/?p=7076 Music in the video by Philippe Mangold.
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Best offers for your Gardening & Lawn Care ideas https://amzn.to/2InnD0w --------------- Types of Seagrass. Seagrass is a vital part of the ecosystem. It provides homes and food for many marine animals and waterfowl. Seagrass rhizomes---which resemble bulbs and from which the plants and roots grow---and roots bind sediments on the ocean floor. The leaves slow down the water flow, which in turn increases the amount of light reaching... Table of contents Types of Seagrass Eelgrass 00:42 Turtle Grass 01:27 Widgeon Grass 01:54 Shoal Grass 02:33 Manatee Grass 03:08 ----------------- If you would like to know how to help deaf people realize their potential in the world visit Global - https://wfdeaf.org/ United States - https://nad.org/ United Kingdom - https://bda.org.uk/ Australia - https://deafaustralia.org.au/
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Brian and Christopher from Alwerdts Gardens in Altamont, IL answer one of the most frequently asked questions, "how to split ornamental grasses?" Alwerdts Gardens is a unique, Destination Garden Center established in 1988, located just south of Altamont, IL. www.alwerdtsgardens.com (618) 483-5798
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Eelgrasses (Zostera species) are amongst the very few flowering plants that live in seawater. They belong to a group of plants known as seagrasses. Many different fish and small invertebrates live amongst seagrass beds, sheltering between the swaying leaves of the plants. The beautiful kaleidoscope jellyfish (Haliclystus auricula) is strongly associated with seagrass beds and can commonly be found attached to the leaves. In the 1930s, almost 90% of the eelgrasses around Britain died from a wasting disease, which may have been caused by a fungus.
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Tampa Bay Watch, contracted by the City of Tampa Stormwater division, relocates sea grass from the mouth of a canal about to be dredged. Reporter is Heather Maggio with the City of Tampa. Producer is Brian Sullivan, with additional camera work by Mark J. Flynn.
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My go to technique I have for painting realistic grass, leaves, and foliage in both acrylics and oils. In this video I show you how to paint the sagebrush and how to paint the grass in this landscape painting. I show you how to layer the colors to build up to the end result we are always looking for in our realistic art. THE MATERIALS I USE: http://bit.ly/2t5ftGV Win a free art print: http://www.wildlifeandart.com/fpf MY ART: My website: http://www.wildlifeandart.com My eBay auctions: http://www.ebay.com/usr/wildlifeandart SOCIAL: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wildlifeandart Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chuckblackart/ Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/chuckblackart If you have any questions about something I covered or maybe something I didn't cover in this painting tutorial I am more than happy to answer. Chuck Black is an artist currently residing near Bozeman, MT. I work primarily in acrylics and oils on canvas. I paint landscapes, wildlife, and anything to do with outdoor living or Mother Nature. My work simply reflects my love for the outdoors.
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Sharks are known to be carnivores, but there is one hammerhead-type shark that surprisingly also eats plants. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Researchers discovered that bonnethead sharks feed on seagrass along with their traditional carnivorous diets of crustaceans and small fish. It's a mystery why the bonnetheads eat plants but the answers may lie in their digestive system. If they’re getting enough nutritional value from the grass, they might actually be omnivores. Read "This Shark Eats Grass, And No One Knows Why." http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/06/bonnethead-sharks-eat-seagrass/ Plant-Eating Sharks Actually Exist? | National Geographic https://youtu.be/xVUUYfq8itw National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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You dive down into a undersea meadow. Surrounded by blades of seagrass up to a meter tall, you begin to notice the abundant life all around. Schools of baby fish hide within the grassy maze as emerald sea slugs graze algae off the blades. Seagrass is an ocean-dwelling flowering plant, which provides a home for countless creatures. But these habitats are threatened around the world. Hakai Institute researchers are mapping the seagrass meadows and cataloging their biodiversity to establish a baseline understanding of seagrass habitats along the Central Coast of British Columbia and how these seagrass meadows are changing over time. www.hakai.org Producer - Jimmy Thomson Editor - Meigan Henry Camera - Grant Callegari Drone Footage - Luba Reshitnyk Interviews with Mary O'Connor and Margot Hessing-Lewis
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KAUST Professor Carlos Duarte discusses how the seagrass Zostera marina adapted to colonize the sea, the largest habitat on Earth. Duarte's research team sequenced the seagrass genome and found eight major changes to the genome were required to achieve the 'major milestone' in plant evolution of going back into the ocean, including adapting to this saltwater environment. The research study's implications are important for future food production and food security, as learning about Z. marina's adaptations may pave the way to understanding how other crop plants such as rice can adapt to growing in saltwater environments. For more information see: https://discovery.kaust.edu.sa/en/article/193/ready-for-the-high-seas- Corresponding Paper: The genome of the seagrass Zostera marina reveals angiosperm adaptation to the sea - http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v530/n7590/abs/nature16548.html
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Ornamental grasses can be great additions to Midwest landscaping. Plant them for the colors, forms, and textures they add... and appreciate them for their adaptability and low maintenance. This segment demonstrates how to divide ornamental grass to keep it growing vigorously. Produced by the Department of Communications at Kansas State University. For more information, visit our website at: http://www.kansasgreenyards.org
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With funding from Oregon Sea Grant, Fiona Tomas Nash is studying how nutrients from agricultural runoff and oceanic upwelling impact the growth of light-blocking algae on eelgrass in bays along the Oregon coast. She’s also studying how tiny herbivores such as sea slugs and isopods might prevent eelgrass from being snuffed out by this algae. Additionally, she is investigating whether these herbivores prefer to eat the native or invasive eelgrass in the bays. Tomas Nash is a marine ecologist in the department of fisheries and wildlife at Oregon State University. SEE PHOTOS: https://flic.kr/s/aHsm5cTFUp Videographer and editor: Gustavo Garcia Producer: Tiffany Woods Learn more: http://seagrant.oregonstate.edu/research/current-research/vulnerability-oregon-seagrass-beds-eutrophication
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Florida's Big Bend is home to the second-largest contiguous seagrass habitat in North America, making it a vital resource not only for the state, but also for the nation and the world. These seagrass beds support Florida's multibillion-dollar recreational and commercial fishing industries by providing habitat for everything from bay scallops to grouper. Seagrasses also represent an important food resource for endangered green sea turtles and manatees, and they generate oxygen, dampen wave energy, stabilize sediments to reduce shoreline erosion, sequester carbon and enhance water clarity. In sum, seagrasses are essential to the integrity, health and value of the state's estuarine and nearshore coastal ecosystems. Unfortunately, seagrasses are also among the most threatened ecosystems on the planet. Around the globe, seagrass beds have disappeared at the alarming rate of about 100 square kilometers per year since the 1980s. University of Florida ecologist Tom Frazer has led seagrass research on the Big Bend and Florida's Gulf Coast for the last 15 years. A vital base for this work is Project COAST (Coastal Assessment Team), with its network of fixed sampling stations and monitoring of water quality factors, especially nutrients and planktonic algae. From 2010 through 2012, Project COAST will be augmented with a study more specifically characterizing the species composition of seagrass communities and assessing their ecological performance. "Seagrasses are relatively light-hungry organisms," Frazer says. "When excess nutrients cause excessive algal growth, less light reaches the seagrass, and it suffers and declines." Because of his long-term research on seagrasses, Frazer was well-positioned to expand ongoing studies — with additional funding from Florida Sea Grant's Rapid Response Program — and begin documenting changes following the spill. All of this work is important, Frazer says, because once damaged, seagrass beds don't recover readily. "If you lose seagrasses, they can take decades to recover," he said. "If we can predict or garner an early warning of a decline in (seagrass) performance before there's a collapse, we'll be in a better position to do something about it."
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Seagrass, the “ugly duckling” of the conservation world, is a vital lifeline for thousands of communities around the globe and an efficient absorber of “blue carbon.” It is also quickly disappearing. In Indonesia’s Wakatobi National Park, a community-focused tree-planting initiative is helping protect seagrass meadows and foster a new generation of environmentally aware children. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs13280-018-1115-y Read more: https://news.mongabay.com/2017/10/indonesians-plant-trees-to-nurse-seagrass-back-to-health-in-wakatobi/
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Using beach grass, seaweed, washing soda, and glue to make sheets of paper that can be used for writing or printing.
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To celebrate World Environment Day (June 5th) representatives of more than a dozen embassies and international organizations joined the State Department to plant underwater seagrass in the Potomac River. Diplomats say their participation in “green diplomacy” is to help raise awareness of the challenges of clean water here at at home. VOA State Department correspondent Nike Ching reports. Originally published at - https://www.voanews.com/a/3888636.html
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How to Draw a Sea Plant Step by Step. Part of the series: How to Draw Nature. How you will draw a sea plant depends entirely on what type of sea plant you're trying to draw. Draw a sea plant step-by-step with help from an artist in this free video clip. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_12180946_draw-sea-plant-step-step.html
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Seaweed can be collected from beaches where it has been washed up and it is great for gardens - full of nutrients that help plants to grow, seaweed can be coiled around plant as a mulch, chopped up and added to beds as a soil conditioner or rotted down in a container to make a liquid feed that is great for many fruit and vegetable plants.
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In our ECOLOC (Environmental change affecting COastal ecosystems of tropical China during the Anthropocene: Landward vs. OCeanic influence) project, we also investigate seagrass in Hainan. In this video, we present some basic knowledge about the endangered prairies of the sea.
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