Pampas Grass is a perennial grass that grows very tall, from 100 to 200 centimetres in height. Its main decorative feature is the beautiful silvery inflorescences that grow very tall on straight thin stems. Pampas Grass, which flowers from September to October, can be used as a cut flower in dried flower arrangements, in gardens or parks, and it looks outstanding when grown around ponds.
Growing: sow the seeds in planter boxes from March to May. The seeds germinate in 14 to 24 days at 20-22°C. Prick the seedlings out into pots with humus soil (around 8 to 10 centimetres in diameter); move them into a seedbed for the summer. For the winter, move the plants into a cold room kept at a temperature of 2-3°C. Plant out into a permanent position in May. The plants require permeable humus soils. In the summer, feed and water them on a regular basis. For the winter, make sure the plants are dry, and cover them carefully.
Each packet contains 0.03g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.