113 Photos - Nov 23, 2006
Photo: CHN_UR01 vetiver thatched roofs in a park in ChnaPhoto: CHN-UR02 Vetiver thatched roof in a Park in China. Xia Hanping - 2003 Vetiver ChampionPhoto: CHN_UR03 Vetiver entrance to park in ChinaPhoto: CHN-UR04 Vetiver planted along side of drain in ChinaPhoto: CHN-UR05 Drainside vetiver in Park in ChinaPhoto: CHN-UR01

College campus site in China before protection with vetiverPhoto: CHN-UR02 College campus site in China before protection with vetiverPhoto: CHN-UR03

College campus site in China before protection with vetiverPhoto: CHN-UR04 Planting vetiver on a very steep construction site slope in ChinaPhoto: CHN-UR05 College campus site in China - New vetiver treatmentPhoto: CHN-UR06 College campus site in China - New vetiver treatmentPhoto: CHN-UR07 College campus site in China - New vetiver treatmentPhoto: CHN-UR08 College campus site in China - The stadium/college site five years later. Fully stable with native plants establishedPhoto: CHN-UR09- The stadium/college site five years later. Fully stable with native plants establishedPhoto: CHN-UR10 - The stadium/college site five years later. Fully stable with native plants established. Close up of vetiver and native plants - native plantgs being invasive!!Photo: CHN-UR11 Building site in China after protection with vetiver. Note immediate slope newly planted, background slope planted earlierPhoto: CHN-UR12 The stadium/college site five years later. Fully stable with native plants established. No sign of erosionPhoto: CHN-UR13 - The stadium/college site five years later. Fully stable with native plants established. Close up of palnt mix. Native plants have established naturally.Photo: CHN-UR14 - The stadium/college site five years later. Fully stable with native plants established. Xia Hanping China Vetiver Champion.Photo: CHN-UR15 Building site in China after protection with vetiver. Note Vetiver in middle ground behind buildingPhoto: CHN-UR16 Building site in China after protection with vetiver. Note immediate slope newly planted, background slope planted earlierPhoto: CHN-UR16 - The stadium/college site five years later.  Fully stable with native plants established.Photo: CHN-UR17 - The stadium/college site five years later. Fully stable with native plants established.Photo: AUS-UR01Photo: AUS-URO2Photo: AUS-URO3Photo: AUS-URO4Photo: AUS-URO5Photo: AUS-LSO6Photo: AUS-URO6Photo: AUS-URO7Photo: AUS-URO8Photo: PRT-UR01 Lagos, Portugal. Vetiver used as a screen against oncoming car lightsPhoto: PRT-UR02 Lagos, Portugal. Vetiver used as a screen against oncoming car lightsPhoto: PRT-LS03

Lagos, Portugal.  Vetiver used as a screen against oncoming car lightsPhoto: PRT-UR05 Vetiver as an urban ornamental - Lagos PortugalPhoto: GUAM-UR01 - Vetiver grown near a seaside path In GuamPhoto: USA-UR01 Florida Vetiver planted to soften concrete bridge structure in Florida USAPhoto: SEN-UR01 vetiver as an ornmental pot plant at a home in SenegalPhoto: SEN-UR2 vetiver as garden ornmental plant at a home in SenegaPhoto: CHN-UR01Photo: SA-UR001 Industrial site stabilized with vetiverPhoto: SA-UR002 Industrial site stabilized with vetiverPhoto: SA-UR003 Industrial site stabilized with vetiverPhoto: SUR004 Industrial site stabilized with vetiverPhoto: SA-UR005 Industrial site stabilized with vetiverPhoto: SA-UR006 Labor quarters on a farm in South Africa stabilized with vetiver - Before and at plantingPhoto: SA-BUL007

Labor quarters on a farm in South Africa stabilized with vetiver - After vetiver treatmentPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: PORT_individual home landscapingPhoto: Photo: PORT_Rock garden landscaping. These vetiver plants are 8 years old, and are trimmed twice a year.