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Pink Pampas Grass

Posted by mora 6b (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 23, 05 at 19:43

I started some from seed and have a fairly big patch which has so far ignored any frosts, the catalogues say good to zone 7, am I crazy to expect it to survive the winter?M

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RE: Pink Pampas Grass

Yup. you're marginal at best.

RE: Pink Pampas Grass !

  • Posted by mora 6b (My Page) on
    Thu, Nov 24, 05 at 17:49

Hey Don, nice to hear from you again.....I had major canna giving up on them...solstice dancing didn't do anything other than catch me a cold! M

RE: Pink Pampas Grass

Mora .. I grew it a few years ago and planted them close to the foundation of my home. Some of it did come back up but I mulched it heavely .. this year nothing .. then again I even lost my hardy ornamental grasses. Im not sure if growing it in large bell pots and then over wintering in a garage might work .. but grasses dont normally like to be disturbed in the fall. But it might be worth a try .. even if you take a few plugs from your existing plant they might continue on indoors.


RE: Pink Pampas Grass

I'm trying the white pampass grass - apparently it's hardier.

Let's see how we do and compare notes in the spring.

RE: Pink Pampas Grass1

  • Posted by mora 6b (My Page) on
    Fri, Nov 25, 05 at 19:50

Well I have seen the white return here on the south shore year after year, so yours should be safe Tiffy, Laura I have this patch in my most protected area,by the house and south facing ,well we will see! M

Wanted: pINK pAMPAS

Does anyone have extra pampas grass to spare me? I have sove some custard apples and soursops for trade .They were imported from belize

RE: Pink Pampas Grass

  • Posted by mora 6b (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 24, 06 at 22:17

Dainagail, Hi there all the way from LA! Unfortunatly Canadians cannot send seeds accross the border, try posting on the winter sowing seed exchange,good luck! M

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