These are easy-care plants once established, with little maintenance involved other than watering and fertilization. They grow in an arching fashion to form a fairly wide mound. Without proper planning for space, it can overwhelm nearby plants.
If you can, leave a mulched area of at least 1 or 2 feet between the grass (at its ultimate size) and the lawn.
A spectacular grass that grows 8 to 10 feet overall (including plumes) and just as wide.
The plumes are white and very showy. The leaves have sharp edges that can slice your skin like a bad paper cut, so plant away from walks, drives and play areas. When handling, wear protective clothing.
This big grass is best for large, spacious areas. It's cold hardy, moderately salt-tolerant and prefers a full sun location. It's also said to be deer-resistant.
Pampas needs to mature to about 5 feet to begin blooming.
Info credit: south-florida-plant-guide.com
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