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Dwarf Pink Pampas Grass Seeds - 50 Count


Dwarf Pink Pampas Grass Seeds
Cortaderia selloana
False River Rush, Bank Grass, Uruguayan Pampas Grass, Brazillian Pampas Grass

Short Description: Pink Pampas Grass Seeds. An amazing display of bright and lively Pink. A wonderful plant for landscapes that need some dressing up, or landscape features that you wish to draw attention to.
Details: Pampas grass is a large perennial grass native to Brazil, Argentina and Chile. Its common name is in obvious reference to the Argentine grasslands (the pampas) where it grows.It grows in large clumps eight to ten or more, feet high, bearing in late summer silvery-white, purple, reddish, bluish, or pinkish silken plumes which rise to a height of 6 to 10 feet, with proper care and fertilization, Dwarf Pampas grass can grow to 10 feet. The plume-like inflorescence differs between male and female plants. Female plants produce plumes that are broad and full due to silky hairs covering the tiny flowers. Male plumes appear narrow and thin because of the absence of hair on the flowers. Pampas grass can be a very attractive and functional plant when used correctly in the landscape. It can be used as a specimen plant in isolated locations on large lawns. Because it grows very rapidly, Pampas grass is an excellent addition to any landscaping project. The plant will look great the first year, and in another 1 to 2 years it will become established enough for division, allowing it to be divided and used elsewhere in your landscape..
USDA Zones: 4b to 10b
Diameter: Grower dependent
Height: Between 6 and 10 feet (Maybe cut back further to enhance dwarf appearance).
Spacing: Grower Dependent
Texture: Flower heads are fine and wispy, and leaves are willowy and follow the wind
Form: Open and airy, clustered in container plantings
Sun: Full Sun to partial shade
Water: Water as needed, suppport during drought, do not over water. (May be used in xeriscaping projects)
Flower Color: Pink
Flower Period: Mid-Spring to Late Summer/Early Fall
Flowers: Pink Plumes - From 1.5 to 3 feet in length
Foliage: Reed-like leaves, long and curved
Foliage Color: Green during the season, turning Brown in late Fall
Fruit: Small seeds in plume
Fruit Color: N/A
Fruit Cones: N/A
Germination: Start sown on surface and covered by light covering of growing medium. Water as needed. If planting in container, must be divided prior to planting in permanent location.
Growth Habit: Perennial
Ecological Value: Provides cover, food source, and shelter for water fowl, ground animals and fish.
Native range: South America, Central America, and Southern United States
Home Uses: Art and Crafts
Soil pH: 5.5 to 7.2
Soil Type: Most soils, must be well drained. If soil is compact, loose and amend properly prior to sowing.
Maintenance: Low, may be trimmed or clear cut at end of season, or prior to next season.
Seed Starting/Drirect Sowing: There are two prefered method for starting Dwarf Pampas Grass, eithe rin s a seed starting tray, or by direct sowing/seedin. Both method have high success rate sdue to the seeds high germination rate. The first method is: Using a seed starting tray, fill with a pre-moistened seed starting medium that drains well and place the Dwarf Pampas Grass seeds on top of the soil and gently press the seeds in. Keep the Dwarf Pampas Grass seeds moist until germination occurs. The tender Dwarf Pampas Grass plants will need to be re-potted into larger pots as they grow. The descond method is:Start the Dwarf Pampas Grass seeds directly outside in the very early spring, after danger of frost has passed. Prepare a seedbed, and press the seeds into the soil that has been worked with compost or other amended medium. Keep the Dwarf Pampas Grass seeds moist and covered with s thin layer of straw, clippings, or other material to keep wildlife and wind from dicsturbing the set. Water the grass with regularity, however, do not overwater.
Pests: None in general, however, localized pests may be present in some locations/situation.
Tolerate: Drought, black walnut, & air pollution.
Warnings: Plant has long leaves that pose a slight hazard due to sharp edges
Synonyms: Cortaderia argentea, Cortaderia dioica, Arundo selloana, Gynerium argenteum

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  • Model: PAMPAS-DPNK-50
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1lbs
  • 888 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Various Sources

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 06 January, 2016.

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