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White Pampas Ornamental Grass
Outstanding Focal Point Variety
Big, puffy plumes and stately foliage. Grows 5-7 ft. tall and blooms mid to late summer to form an outstanding screen. A favorite for drying— adds grace, texture and height to indoor arrangements. Best in full sun. Potted plants. Zones 7-10.
This item ships only in the spring.
If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.
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- Saturday, May 10, 2008
White Pampas Grass
Reviewed By: Ruby (Nashville, Tennessee)
I ordered both white and pink pampas grass. The pink came looking fairly hardy. The white looked rather anemic. I was unable to plant the plants as soon as I got them, so I planted them in flower pots. I have had them about a month and the pink is flourishing in the pots; the white is finally starting to look healthy enough to maybe survive if I plant it in the ground. I have babied it all the way. I even treated it with Ivory bar soap disolved in water in case it had aphids. I don't know whether that helped it perk up or whether the weather getting warmer has done it. Anyway, wish me luck; I'm going to plant it in the ground this weekend. From reading sll of the other reviews, I think I'm going to need it. Thanks, Ruby
- Friday, May 09, 2008
Reviewed By: Rick (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
I ordered your Pampas grass a year ago last spring. The plant was small but it grew very fast and even had two full seed pods by the end of the summer. The grass is growing well the second spring.
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