A person can inherit plants. Oh the time and effort and how beautiful, how tough, resistant and hardy. "They survived the drought of '73." And there's a sort of glow from a previous landholder. My own advice to anyone who might inherit what's loosely referred to as Pampas Grass, is "Fire, Swords and Roundup."
And I know I'm not alone here. There are some who feel the same way about Privet
Hedging. The routine of care begins and overtime a certain resentment builds,
there's an occasional relocation, and with Pampas Grass that's not easy, then
the years gather and a degree of what I'll call "hatred" develops.