Pampus Grass growth questions
if I were to cut a bunch of Pampas Grass, Sept/Oct, bundle it up, bring it somewhere and create a Master Piece on the ground, would the seeds eventually take, and start to grow. What I mean is, by simply moving the bundles from place to place on the ground would that release seeds and eventually start new growth nearby ? Ya see what I want to do is make this Huge Symbol on the side of a Hill from Pampas Grass, it would only last a month or so with weather and all, but I'm hoping to not spred the Seeds all over the place and start new growth, What are the Odds of that ? Does anyone know ? Please reply with any help, Thank You
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Pampas grass is incredibly prolific when it comes to seed production; a single plant can bear up to a million seeds over its lifetime. The self-sowing seeds can sprout in almost any kind of soil. Can't give you odds, but I would say likely you would have some reseeding.