Iran Dried pampas grass

Pampas grass is a tall plant with beautiful flowers and belongs to the Poaceae family. Pampas grass is a perennial plant and about 25 species are known.

Pampas grass is a flowering plant native to southern South America, the Pampas region, which is named after its origin. This plant is an invasive species throughout North America. It is also banned in Hawaii and New Zealand for growing out of range, which causes native plants to move.

Dried pampas grass

Dried pampas grass

  • Name : Pompas Grace or Pompas Grass
  • English name : Pampas grass
  • Scientific name : selloana Cortaderia

Pampas plant has long and narrow leaves 1 to 2 meters. These tall grasses are densely growing and have sharp edges and are 1 cm wide in bluish green, but sometimes they are also silver gray.

The flowers are like a large silk-shaped cluster of 20 to 40 cm with beautiful colors of yellow, purple, white and a combination of red-orange, appearing at the end of the stem.

Flowering of this plant continues from early July to late September , and by the end of the season, the flowers remain dried, which still has its own beauty. Uses of Pampas or Cortaderia grass: This plant was first transferred from Australia to other countries of the continent such as Ireland, Portugal, Spain, France and Italy. Due to its extreme beauty as an outdoor ornamental plant in hotels, villas, gardens, it is very suitable for decorating houses, flower arrangements and ceremonies, and for photography and filming.

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