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Queen Of Grass: Analyzing The Strengths And Weaknesses Of Pampas Grassfrom: Lawn and Garden Magic
Your garden will look bare without grass. Have you heard or read this warning before? It's advice preached by professional landscape artists in print and TV, and it does have merit. After all, a garden with some trees looks quite drab without a lots of green. This grean is, of course, best served by grass.
There are many kinds of grass that are suited for a variety of gardens. One of the most popular types is the pampas grass. This grass traces its origin from South American countries, where the climate is humid and where they get an adequate amount of sunlight.
Pampas grass is quite desirable for many gardeners and landscaping enthusiasts because of two things:
1. Its rich green texture; and
2. Its beautiful flowers
This grass can grow as tall as 12 feet. Naturally, you'll want to trim them down to the size that will make your garden shine. Nonetheless, because of their sheer potentials for growth, and the rapid, rapid pace by which they might develop, people have grown a liking to this type of grass because it allows them to quickly fill up the barren areas of the garden with green. Also, because they grow tall, their texture is quite thick, giving the area a rich, deep color that's always pleasant for the eyes to observe.
The flowers are an added touch that can easily work their way into any garden theme. The old rose and purple colored blooms Pampas grass provides are the perfect match for any garden, regardless of the color scheme required.
There's a common mistake that garden owners make when it comes to this kind of grass, however. Since it looks very enchanting during their earlier months, gardeners plant them near their houses to give their facades a burst of vibrant color. However Pampas grass, as mentioned, grows tall at a fast rate. Soon enough, you'd have to exert some manual effort to maintain their beauty and their proximity to the walls of the house can cause some problems.
Also, when used as the foundation of a garden, this grass should have a good amount of space between them and the more delicate plants. This kind of grass is a voracious feeder. It will compete with the nutrients of the soil and the water that will be applied therein.
Nonetheless, when it comes to giving weighty substance to your garden, few can compare to this tropical grass type.
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