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February 27, 2009


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Thanks! I visited Bluestem Nursery online... I really like the suggestion: I think I have seen this type of grass around the neighborhood landscaped homes. Enjoy the sun today!

artificial grass

This is an interesting and informative post! Thanks for the useful information you shared on your article. I am always happy to see other people who are willing to share their experiences and thoughts to others.


I know this is an old thread, but I'll throw in my two bits anyways: I am from Vancouver, where Pampas abounds. I am working on growing pink pampas from seed at the moment. It sprouted very enthusiastically under my grow lights, but seems to have hit a brick wall at about an inch of growth. It is now warming up enough that I have started hardening them off, but we'll see what happens post-transplant. Will update at the end of the season!

Janice Miller-Young

Thanks Paige!  You never know until you try and since Ive never tried, Im very interested to hear how things go for you!  If you can find a sheltered, hot spot in your yard, I think that would probably be best.

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