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Stipa tenuissima: cultivation, characteristics and care to devote to the plant. Pruning and cultivation of pampas grass in the garden or in pots.
Therevery tenuous cramis a perennial herbaceous plant belonging to the Graminaceae family. It is originally from South America and in Italy it is known by the name ofpampas grass.
L'pampas grass, with its long stems, it thrives at varying heights but with stems that are always slender and slender.
Stipa tenuissima, characteristics of the plant
Therevery tenuous cramit is cultivated, in pots or in the garden, for its panicle inflorescences which resemble soft feathers. Therefloweringit runs from June to September and, with the arrival of autumn, instead of drying out prematurely, it tends to change color.
THE flowersofvery tenuous cramonce cut, they can be dried and used to decorate the home.
The inflorescences of the very tenuous cramthey produce many seeds, in fact this plant is perfect for those who want to attract birds to the garden.
Stipa tenuissima, cultivation and care
Pampas grass is very resistant to cold climates and frosts, which is why it is also perfectly suited to gardens in the north of Italy.
Therecareof thecramit's very simple: it is a hardy evergreen that wants well-drained soil and sunny locations.
Those who prefer to obtain a natural effect and create a grassy corner in their garden, will only have to plant the stash plants in groups, respecting a density of about 7 - 8 plants for each square meter of surface to be covered.
The soil will need to be well drained. For growing in pots or if you have unsuitable soil in your garden, you can add clean river sand or crumbled pumice stone to the universal soil.
As regards fertilization and irrigation, these works must take place on a regular basis during the first year ofcultivation.When the plants are two or three years old, they will be more resilient and less in need of irrigation and fertilizer (except for those who grow in pots who will have to continue regularly).
Tips for cultivating the very tenuous cramp in pots
Stipa tenuissima in vase
Pampas grass can also be grown in pots, however, with thepot cultivation,therecramit fails to assume that typical bearing of garden cultivation. As for thecareof thevery thin container in pots, you will have to follow the same indications seen previously, paying particular attention to fertilizations and irrigations.
Stipa tenuissima, pruning and care
It is not about real pruning: before the end of winter it will be necessary to remove the stems of the previous year's vegetation.
There pruning, thus described, can be done in two ways: you can cut the withered stems about 10 cm from the base or you can prune the crammwith a comb. By combing the plant with a wide-toothed comb, you will go and pull off the older stems.
There pruning of the very tenuousit must limit itself to removing all the old stems, the withered stems will come off without too much effort.
Stipa tenuissima, price of the plant
Plants ofvery tenuous cramthey can be purchased at the most well-stocked nurseries. Each nursery has its prices but generally a plant can be bought for 6 - 10 euros. The plant is found with inflorescences with colors ranging from gray to creamy yellow.
That ofcramis a very large genus of plants. The very tenuous cramp should not be confused with the tenacious cramp, an evergreen plant used for the production of paper, cordage and for its fibers.
Another plant to grow in the garden with little difficulty is the oleander. For all information on oleander cultivation, please refer to the page: oleander, variety to grow.