We categorize our Pampas Grass by numbers! Let me explain further: most pampas have long scientific names that nobody can pronounce! To make things easier for our customers and ourselves, we decided to categorize our Pampas by numbers. Pampas have certain growing seasons, much like flowers. Right now, the hot ticket item for pampas is our Type 8. Type 8 pampas are grown in many South American countries and have become widely popular in design projects over this past year.
You may be familiar with UVA stalk; these tall pampas are known for their larger 7-foot tall stems. UVA stalk and Type 8 Pampas are part of the same pampas family. They are known for their draping plumes that hang to the side.
When people ask us about pampas, they ask about fluffy pampas. Type 8 Pampas is not known for its fluffy plumes; it’s known for its gorgeous, feather-like, drooping plumes!
We love when we see the plumes cascading to the side of your vases. It adds an airy, natural element to your design. When we categorize pampas, we categorize Type 8 Pampas as a more minimalist style pampas.
If you have taken a peek at our website, you may have noticed all the options of Type 8 Pampas that we have listed. We have worked exclusively with one particular farmer in South America, and he has sourced us the most beautiful varieties of this family of pampas.
Most of our Type 8 Pampas plumes are natural pampas or white pampas with golden hues. We do not ask our farmers to dye these plumes any colors; we love them in their natural form or bleached out to add brightness.
Bleached White Pampas plumes will have cream hues or gold. Type 8 Pampas naturally will either be brown, gray, or be gold with a slight tint of green! We try our best to showcase the differences and suggest watching the video above.
We hope you love this style of pampas as much as we do! It truly is a show-stopper in any room!
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