"The healthiest landscapes are those with the greatest variety of plants" ( Ruth Ann hales, Colorado State University).
To be in balance with nature, Garden should contain several kinds of monocots (grasses) and a wide variety of dicots (broad-leafed plants).
Grass family used for human consumption: rice, wheat, corn (maize), rye, barley, teff, millet, and other species. Grass family used for animal consumption: lawn grasses that includes timothy, bluegrass, fescue, etc Palm family of economical important: coconuts, dates, and the oil palm. Monocots cultivated for their blooms: lilies, daffodils, tulips, irises, orchids, amaryllis, cannas, bluebells, etc. more +