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Extra Fluffy Pampas Grass, the Cortaderia selloana 'Rosea', is celebrated for its stunning colorful tufts of large silky flower heads.
Pampas Grass is a low-maintenance plant. There is no need to spray for insects or any other bothersome garden pest. It will grow in most soils and responds favorably to frequent fertilization.
The coveted plumes are often used in dried flower arrangements and as cut flowers. It looks equally gorgeous and adds a dazzling summer feature in the landscape.
Growing rapidly in full sun, Pampas Grass can be used as a specimen plant in garden beds or on its own for a relatively quick and low maintenance eye-popping display.
Enjoy fresh green foliage topped by long, thick colorful plumes when you grow Pampas Grass seeds. These elegant ornamental grasses have "feather duster" plumes from late summer and throughout the fall!
🌈 Elegant ornamental grasses
🌈 Can be cut and dried for indoor use
🌈 Can be left on the plant for wonderful winter interest
🌈 A stunning specimen plant in large landscape
🌈 Can be used to create screens or borders
🌈 A low-maintenance plant
How To Grow Pampas Grass:
Extra Fluffy Pampas Grass Seeds require loose, well-drained, moist soil for germination. Plant the seeds indoors four to six weeks before the last killing frost in spring. Keep the plants indoors during the first winter to protect young plants from frost if seeds are planted later than spring.
Plant pampas grass in spring. Your grass will need lots of sun, and only a small amount of water, so planting in fall or winter months could hinder your grass’s growth.
Because pampas grass grows so large, it grows better outside in the lawn or garden, rather than in containers. Due to its size and also the sharpness of its leaves, it does not make a good indoor plant.
Choose a location.You’ll want a spot with plenty of room as pampas grass grows tall as well as spreads wide. Choose an area with full sun to partial shade. Locations receiving at least 6 hours of sunlight daily are best for maximum growth.
This grass can grow to be over 10 ft (3 m) tall. It makes for an excellent natural fence.
Do not place pampas grass near roadways or driveways; the tall and bushy grass can interfere with lines of sight.
The plant should also not be placed too close to central air conditioning units as the long leaves can become caught in the fans.
Pampas grass leaves have sharp edges, so avoid planting in an area where young children play.
Prepare the soil. Pampas grass grows best in areas with well-drained, fertile soil. Till the soil to aerate it then add an organic compost, peat moss, or manure to help fertilize the grass. Choose a loamy variety to ensure the soil will drain well.
Plant seeds. If you’d like to plant seeds rather than young plants, sow them directly onto the prepared soil. They need light to germinate, so don’t cover them with soil. You can, however, rake the area lightly to prevent the seeds from blowing away or being eaten by birds. Water very lightly to ensure the seeds don’t wash away.
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