If you’ve been on Instagram on Pinterest lately, the dried, colorful reeds placed in aesthetic vases might’ve crossed your eye. In case you don’t know what it is, we are here to tell you all about it.
Surprisingly, these reed-like-structures are actually grass called “Pampas Grass”.
Let’s dive into the details and find all about this peculiar grass.
Usually seen in the Southern parts of America, Pampas Grass grows in damp places, and thus has made its home in the wet environment of Brazil and Argentina.
It can also be found in places outside America like New Zealand and South Africa, usually seen as invasive species.
However, Pampas Grass cannot survive in extremely cold climates.
Growing up to 8-12 feet, the Pampas Plant has around 24 species, with four most common types.
Following are the common types:
While the grass doesn’t thrive well in cold climates, the Purple Pampas grass is able to withstand cold the best out of all 4.
This unique grass, rightly called the King of Ornamental Grasses, is great for décor, but doesn’t bode well for humans, animals, and even the land.
While some species of the grass are poisonous, others have sharp leaves, that could potentially hurt animals trying to seek shelter.
In addition, Pampas grass spreads out extensively, thus disrupting grazing lands.
Pampas Grass may not be one to lay your garden with, but it certainly makes for some of the best interior décor ideas.
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