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Image of Consolida ajacis

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Rocket Larkspur)

Exquisite Series larkspur are derived from the annual Mediterranean species Consolida ajacis, and closely resemble the hybrid delphiniums to which they are related. From late spring to midsummer, they bear upright, single or branched spires of double flowers in shades of blue, lavender, rose and white. The spurred blossoms are borne densely on slender, upright, single to branched stems, and pollinated by bees, butterflies and moths. They are accented by bright green, feathery, deeply...

Image of Consolida ajacis

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Rocket Larkspur)

Exquisite Series larkspur are derived from the annual Mediterranean species Consolida ajacis, and closely resemble the hybrid delphiniums to which they are related. From late spring to midsummer, they bear upright, single or branched spires of double flowers in shades of blue, lavender, rose and white. The spurred blossoms are borne densely on slender, upright, single to branched stems, and pollinated by bees, butterflies and moths. They are accented by bright green, feathery, deeply...

Image of Consolida ajacis (EXQUISITE SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Rocket Larkspur)

Exquisite Series larkspur are derived from the annual Mediterranean species Consolida ajacis, and closely resemble the hybrid delphiniums to which they are related. From late spring to midsummer, they bear upright, single or branched spires of double flowers in shades of blue, lavender, rose and white. The spurred blossoms are borne densely on slender, upright, single to branched stems, and pollinated by bees, butterflies and moths. They are accented by bright green, feathery, deeply...

Image of Cortaderia photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Pampas Grass)

Best known in the form of pampas grass (C. selloana), Cortaderia comprises more than 20 evergreen or semi-evergreen grasses native to South America, New Zealand, and New Guinea. Their long, arching blades arise from dense spreading clumps that can become immense. Showy, feathery panicles of silvery, tawny, or pinkish flowers are borne on stout stems. Height varies, but most species are tall.

In cultivation, most cortaderias grow best in full sun and amply drained, average to poor soil. They are...

Image of Cortaderia jubata photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Purple Pampas Grass)

Best known in the form of pampas grass (C. selloana), Cortaderia comprises more than 20 evergreen or semi-evergreen grasses native to South America, New Zealand, and New Guinea. Their long, arching blades arise from dense spreading clumps that can become immense. Showy, feathery panicles of silvery, tawny, or pinkish flowers are borne on stout stems. Height varies, but most species are tall.

In cultivation, most cortaderias grow best in full sun and amply drained, average to poor soil. They are...

Image of Cortaderia selloana photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Pampas Grass)

One of the signature plants of the Pampas of Argentina, this immense, clumping, highly ornamental evergreen grass is grown and has naturalized throughout the milder climatic regions of the world. It is valued primarily for its spectacular, fluffy, silvery heads of male or female flowers, which are held high above the foliage atop lofty stalks in late summer and autumn. Female plants have showier, silky-haired flowers and are more desirable. The ornamental seed heads dry to a lovely straw color and...

Image of Cortaderia selloana

James Burghardt

(Gold Band Pampas Grass, Pampas Gras)

One of the signature plants of the Pampas of Argentina, this immense, clumping, highly ornamental evergreen grass is grown and has naturalized throughout the milder climatic regions of the world. It is valued primarily for its spectacular, fluffy, silvery heads of male or female flowers, which are held high above the foliage atop lofty stalks in late summer and autumn. Female plants have showier, silky-haired flowers and are more desirable. The ornamental seed heads dry to a lovely straw color and...

(Pampas Grass, Pink Pampas Grass)

One of the signature plants of the vast Argentine plains for which it is named, pampas grass is an immense, clumping, highly ornamental evergreen grass that is grown and naturalized throughout the milder climatic regions of the world. The cultivar 'Carminea Rendatleri' bears large, showy, plumy heads of rosy pink flowers atop lofty arching stalks from late summer into autumn. The long, folded, fountaining leaves are ornamental year-round.

This drought- and salt-tolerant grass prefers full sun,...

Image of Cortaderia selloana

Maureen Gilmer

(Pampas Grass, Sun Stripe™ Pampas Grass)

One of the signature plants of the vast Argentine plains for which it is named, pampas grass is an immense, clumping, highly ornamental evergreen grass that is grown and naturalized throughout the milder climatic regions of the world. Although usually grown for its large, plumy flower heads on lofty stems, in the case of the selection Sun Stripe it is equally valued for the showy longitudinal yellow banding on its long, folded, fountaining leaves. From late summer into fall, showy heads of silvery...

Image of Cortaderia selloana

James Burghardt

(Pampas Grass)

Pampas grass is named for the vast grassy plains of its native habitat, Pampas, Argentina.

The cultivar ‘Pumila’ is a vigorous dwarf selection. Still, it is a substantial clump-forming ornamental perennial grass. Its soft green leaves are folded and gradually taper. The blade edges are truly blade-like; they are toothed, very sharp and can cause lacerations from even the slightest touch. The most impressive feature of pampas grass is its large, fluffy floral plumes that appear atop long stiff...