2-3 Litre Pot
- RHS Award of garden merit
- Position: Full sun
- Soil: Moist, well drained
- Growth rate: Fast
- Flowering Period: August- September
- Hardiness: H6
- Eventual Height: 1.5m
- Eventual Spread: 1.2m
Cortaderia Pumila also known as ‘Dwarf Pampas’, a recipient of the much coveted RHS Award of Garden Merit, is a remarkably tough, fully hardy, compact, evergreen clump forming and free flowering ornamental grass, long slender, sharp edged leaves are dark green and early Summer sees the formation of its showy silvery-yellow fluffy plumes produced on erect stems from August through to September, a stunning variety suitable for the smaller garden, making an ideal specimen plant and providing year round attraction within the garden.
Looking After Your Cortaderia Pumila
Generally pest and disease free this remarkably tough dwarf, ornamental grass prefers an open sunny position where the air can freely circulate through and around it, requiring very little maintenance and suitable in all types of garden, from the cottage planting scheme to the more formal town garden or court-yard area. A drought tolerant ornamental grass, and once established needs only minimal attention, during early Spring using good strong gardening gloves remove any dead leaves and flower heads, taking care of the very sharp edges to the leaves, in readiness for the following seasons growth.