Pampas Grass

Pampas Grass

Plant the oversized, feathery plumes of Pampas Grass for a spectacular show

Popular in seaside towns for its ability to tolerate salt, Pampas Grass can make its home in a variety of soils, as long as it can spend plenty of time in the warm sun. A statuesque plant, its ornate, flowering plumes are always eye-catching and look almost weightless as they bend and sway in the breeze. Generally considered to be a large and fast-growing grass, Dwarf Pampas varieties offer a shorter choice for suburban, small-space and container gardeners.

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  1. Hardy Pampas Grass Erianthus, Saccharum ravennae Erianthus

    Hardy Pampas Grass, or Ravenna Grass, makes an excellent specimen plant all year. Airy white plumes form in mid-summer over green foliage. In autumn, leaves turn to bronze then red, ...

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    Hardy Pampas Grass Erianthus Hardy Pampas Grass Saccharum ravennae Erianthus
    As low as $12.98 Sale $6.49
    Per Plant - 3.5" Pot
    Hardy Pampas Grass, or Ravenna Grass, makes an excellent specimen plant all year. Airy white plumes form in mid-summer over green foliage. In autumn, leaves turn to bronze then red, adding a layer of color and visual interest. Plant can reach up to 12 feet tall, perfect for creating living fences or adding privacy to the landscape. This cold-hardy, quick-growing grass can help stabilize soil and prevent erosion. (Saccharum ravennae)
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  2. Dwarf Pampas Grass Pumila plant in garden

    'Pumila' Dwarf Pampas Grass makes a bold statement with massive ivory plumes towering over handsome arching foliage. Attractive feathery flowers emerge in late-summer and last for mo...

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    Pumila Dwarf Pampas Grass Pumila Dwarf Pampas Grass Cortaderia selloana Pumila
    As low as $21.98 Sale $10.99
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    'Pumila' Dwarf Pampas Grass makes a bold statement with massive ivory plumes towering over handsome arching foliage. Attractive feathery flowers emerge in late-summer and last for months. Like their larger counterpoints, the silky plumes are an excellent attraction in the landscape, and are beautiful for cutting or drying. Pampas Grass tolerates wind and moves gracefully in a breeze. A tough, fast-growing and drought-tolerant specimen, this variety is sterile and will not reseed. (Cortaderia selloana)
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