King of the ornamental grasses, Pampas grows 9-12' high in large, upright clumps, and is used at the back of perennial borders, as screening, or for architectural interest. Its showy, feathery panicles are silvery white, from 1 to 2 feet in length, appearing in October.
Hardy zone 7-11
Sow surface after all danger of frost in well drained soil. It's a good idea to start them in pots. Seeds are very tiny. The plant can be transplanted when 3 inch tall. If you start later than spring, you would need to keep the plant the first winter inside to protect from frost. Easy to grow.