Ways To Decorate With Pampas-Grass
Pampas-grass is an ideal grass for a scorching climate. It is also quite famous for weddings. That is excellent, especially if you like the bohemian style. Pair it & blush-coloured peonies in a wine bottle, and you have yourself an elegant, easy DIY centrepiece, my friend. It cannot be found everywhere. But they make for unique interior décor items that do not cost a fortune. There are several decoration ideas you can do using Pampas grass. Let us look at some of them below.
1. As accents
You can put up a single or a few stalks of Pampas grass in any area of your bedroom or other home space. It looks perfectly rustic and bohemian. It surely gives a touch of authenticity and uniqueness to your décor.
2. Colourful Grass
Pampas grass comes in many different colours other than white. There are neutral tones like beige. They provide a soft touch to the décor, both metaphorically and literally. They also show up in pink and purple colours and can look great when used correctly in your décor.
3. By Itself
Placing a few stalks of pampas grass by itself in a vase can add a novel touch to your living room or even dining area. It also looks stunning and adds an air of happiness.
4. Texture Play
Have fun with some texture play and combine pampas grass with a few different textures, like typical green plants. It looks great when placed with other textures just as beautiful as it looks by itself.
5. Wedding Décor
Pampas-grass looks excellent when used as part of wedding décor. Especially if you are going for a boho themed wedding, this is something you should use. Also, it goes beautifully with the classic white wedding colours.
6. Colour Palette
Emphasize on the neutral tone and colour palette. Use the pampas-grass effectively to make the décor flow beautifully with the colour theme.
Pampas does have a flower, and it is that fluffy white mop. That is a typical flower structure for a wind-pollinated plant that does not need to attract insects. Instead, it needs to be able to cast pollen over a wide area which is why the flower stands out so far from the rest of the plant, and it needs to trap pollen carried on the wind from other clumps of it which is why it is like a fluffy net.
Having it in your landscape is a sign of great taste in plants. I love the way a mature blooming plant looks with the light breeze moving it around. It is low maintenance, low water use, and easy to propagate to share with others. Planting multiples in a line makes a high screen.
We were delighted to know that the cut flower spike of it from our yard lasted without deterioration of colour or ability to retain its compositional integrity for over two years. Undoubtedly, where and how one stores or displays the cut spikes is a crucial factor. We treated ours like cut, dried flower, precisely what the spike of a cut spike of pampas-grass is.