INSIDE : What is the Dried Pampas Grass trend all about? And more importantly, what are the best places to buy pampas grass online?
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Have you started noticing the new dried plant trend going on?!
It seems everywhere I look on Instagram someone is making a stunning dried flower arrangement that has me in all kinds of plant envy. I even started pinning Dried Flower Arrangements on Pinterest because honestly, some of them are just so gorgeous!
The other similar trend I have been seeing, is using dried ornamental grasses and even dried out palm fronds. It seems like many of the ornamental grasses with big flower heads are the most popular; miscanthus grasses, dried wheat and golden grasses are favorites.
However, far and away, I think the use of Pampas grass is picking up the most traction and I have to say – I just love it. Did you see the STUNNING Dried Pampas Grass Wreath DIY I made?
What is Pampas Grass?
Cortaderia selloana, commonly known as pampas grass, is a flowering plant native to southern South America, including the Pampas region after which it is named.
It is one of the loveliest ornamental grasses that is often used as a large accent plant. The tall, showy plumes have gorgeous autumn coloring that continue into winter, and are great in fresh or dried floral arrangements.
Can I grow Pampas Grass at my house?
I am have been looking into a Dwarf pampas grass variety, which only grow to about 5 feet tall. And look for a sterile variety, which means that they don’t produce seeds and cannot self-sow.
Where are the best places to buy Dried Pampas Grass Online?
I’m so glad you asked where to get dried pampas grass – ha! I have been searching all my local plant nurseries for a Pampas Grass plant and it seems like no one has them. While driving around town, I see the plant everywhere. However, I feel very uncomfortable pulling up to a store front, a neighborhood entrance or in the parking lot of an apartment complex and just snipping away.
So, I started doing some online digging and guess what! You can get Pampas Grass (along with tons of other dried flowers and grasses) online.