Cortaderia sellonana 'Pumila'

(Pampas grass)
Cortaderia sellonana 'Pumila'
  • Cortaderia-sellonana-pumila1
During my childhood in the 1960's the ubiquitous Pampas Grass seem to be in every garden. Less commonly planted now it is still an ideal plant for using as a focal plant with long plumes of creamy white flowers that resemble a horses tail. These are carried on extremely stiff round stems that emerge during summer from a thicket like mound of long, slender, arching mid-green leaves.
9cm (£6.00)?
Delivered in 7 - 10 days
£6.00  each

Flower attributes

Colour: White

Flowers: August and September


Soil: Well-drained

Planting position: Sun/Partial Shade

Height x spread: 150cm x 120cm


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