Pampas grass is fun to display and easy to arrange. It's stunning, with long plumes that you can put in a vase or use decoratively in your Dried Flower Designs!
How to get Fluffy Pampas Grass
When your pampas grass
arrives, it will be neatly packed. We suggest is to take the stems out of their packaging and shake them outside for a while before putting them into a vase so they can release moisture (making them fluffy). We like to out our Pampas Grass in a vase on a sunlit day when there is a light breeze for a couple of hours. If you want fluffier plumes than what nature gave us, then try blowing dry them use a low temperature and speed setting for about 5 minutes, holding the hairdryer at a distance; this will help those thin strands spring back into shape! (careful not to use a hot dryer because then those delicate strands might get crispy instead : )
How to look after the Pampas Grass
Pampas grass is one of those plants that keeps on giving. It doesn't require much effort but can add an authentic South American or Bohemian touch to any room in your home or office! Put the dried Grass into a vase without water, keeping away from direct sunlight and moisture, lightly dust every few months.
Why is my Pampas Grass Shedding?
Pampas grasses are known for their distinctive thick plumes that lend a touch of nature to your space. However, when you move or shake them, they will shed. A very light spray hairspray will reduce the amount of shedding. Before spraying the whole plume, try a small test patch area to ensure you like the look.
How long does Pampas Grass last?
If kept out of direct sunlight, wind drafts and moisture, Pampas Grass will last up to 3 years.
How to style Pampas Grass?
Pampas grass is the perfect decoration for any home, and it looks great on its own or as part of a wreath, wedding arch and more! This natural-looking material has creamy to light beige colours that make it stand out in any setting.