Dwarf Pampasgrass Growing just 4-5 feet tall, dwarf pampasgrass develops showy white flower plumes in the late summer and fall. Use it in the back of the border where you can enjoy the flower heads all winter long. Like standard pampasgrass, the dwarf variety can become invasive, so plant it where its roots can't spread. It is deer- and drought-resistant and tolerates almost any soil type. Size: 5 feet tall Zones: 6-10 Plant This Grass Because: It provides winter interest.
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How cool is this outdoor ceremony set up? The festoon lights, the bright hues and the mixed height centrepieces. As spotted in our pampas grass round-up earlier this week. Photo by @SargeantPhoto via @stylemepretty // Design by @lvlweddings #wedding #inspiration #decor #stylish #chic #pampasgrass #uniqueideas #uniquewedding #bmloves #bridalmusings