•Pampas grass is evergreen grass that blooms in summer and autumn.•It is an oriental grass capable of reaching about 10 feet tall and ideal for gardens.•It is commonly grown for its interior decoration. etc.
f you plan to keep any foliage you trim, you will need to prepare it before use. Hang the foliage upside down in a dry and dark location for a week or so. Spray them with hair spray to ensure the seeds stay attached. Once dry, take it down and use it in any way you like.
As this grass is growing, some of the leaves may end up dying and falling off. That’s not news; however, because of how bushy pampas grass gets, these leaves may not leave the plant or make it to the ground or soil. Most times, the plant keeps its leaves suspended in the foliage.
• Get the right protective outfit for the job.• Get your tools ready.• You will require heavy-duty tools because the leaves and plumes are tough.• The plumes on pampas grass make a perfect home for mammals to nest during the winter.
• To make trimming and cleaning pampas grass easy, start by binding the old leaves with string, cords, or duct tape.• Cut away the leaves near the base of the foliage and leave a tuft about 8 inches tall. etc.