HOW TO FLUFF UP PAMPAS GRASS?
When your pampas grass arrived, it is normal that they look a little compact. Our suggestion is to take the stems out of the packaging, shake the pampas grass outside to fluff it up, it will shed a little but it's totally normal. Allow a few days for the plumes to take shape once placed in a vase.
We have a little trick if you're looking to get your pampas grass even fluffier than it's natural state - all you need to do is blow dry it with a hair dryer. We recommend gently blow dry your pampas grass gently on a low heat setting for about 5 minutes, this will really help the plumes to open up. Be careful not to over blow dry, or brush them out as the grasses will shed too much.
HOW TO CARE FOR PAMPAS GRASS?
Pampas grass is a wonderful dried plant that doesn’t require any maintenance. After you fluff it up and cut it into desire length, put it in a vase without water, keep it away from direct sun light and moisture. Lightly dust or shake every few months to keep them looking fresh.
DOES PAMPAS GRASS SHED?
Pampas grass does shed when you shake or move them about. You can reduce the shedding by lightly spraying the plumes with hairspray once they have fluffed up. Try it on a small piece first to make sure you like the result. Keep away from direct sunlight and moisture to prolong the life of your pampas grass.
HOW LONG DO PAMPAS GRASS LAST?
Our pampas grass can last for up to 3 years with little care needed.
WHAT CAN PAMPAS GRASS BE USED FOR?
Our pampas grass is simply gorgeous on it's own arranged in a vase. They are also perfect for wreath making, wedding arches, altars, hanging constructions such as pampas clouds and other décor. It’s very fluffy and has a natural light-beige oatmeal to sand colour.
HOW MANY TYPES OF PAMPAS GRASS ARE THERE?
There are roughly about 25 different varieties and types of pampas grass, we currently stock 5 varieties. "The Best" Pampas Grass is our signature, the fluffiest variety with the longest plumes of up to 60cm, while "The Blondie" Pampas Grass is a golden version of "The Best" Pampas Grass. Display them on their own to create a statement display or add them to any dried floral arrangements to add height and textures.