Growing up in the Philippines, just like Wild Pampas it has so much to offer. I moved to United States in 2016 and better or worse, the place where we grew up usually retains an iconic status for us as we decide where we want to live. It’s just human nature to want to surround ourselves with what makes us feel most comfortable. The neighborhood, sidewalks, and appearance of the landscape help us choose where we’d like to script our course in life. Whether you like the smell of pine trees or the appearance of palm trees, choose an environment that makes you feel your best.

The wild woman has a deep love of nature, a love for the ancient mother, it has always been in her. When she goes into the wilderness a part of her soul is going home. We are fully satisfied in nature. We find the aesthetic beauty; the intellectual reason; the cognitive reflection; and the spiritual enrichment. All of those things we crave are most often only found in nature. 

Wild Pampas was created to connect with the beauty of nature. My fascination with nature and flowers either  wild or home-raised gave me joy and feeling of compassion towards others. That feeling intensified when I visited 9 National parks where beautiful flowers abound. I realized that flowers prod me to travel and see as much as possible. It fits my individuality as a nature lover, signifying serenity, peace and harmony.  Bringing home some pampas grass, so-called as such,  is nonetheless a flower that inspires and gives me joy. Now I sell pampas grass!  that I personally arrange.  With confidence we can be together  to spread love which is the totality of peace, serenity and harmony. 


With Love,

Moore Metts