Muhlenbergia capillaris, Pink Muhly Grass
A beautiful Missouri native grass, Pink Muhly Grass, Muhlenbergia capillaris, is adored for its satin-like thin green blades and stunning clouds of rich pink fall flowers. Its tall 12″ wands of airy pinkish-red flowers last for months and remain attractive though winter. Its flowers make beautiful indoor arrangements, and birds love its tasty seeds. Deer resistant. Plants form attractive, compact mounds.
The Missouri native Pink Muhly Grass is one of the most beautiful of the Missouri native grasses. It looks gorgeous in natural settings and formal plantings. It works well in perennial borders, cottage gardens and can be used as a ground cover to cover large areas. Pink Muhly Grass makes an ideal choice for edging driveways, sidewalks, and gardens.
Plant in full sun to part shade. Easy to grow in well drained soils. It grows well in poor soils. Although drought tolerant, keep well watered until established. Plants will grow tallest with consistent moisture.
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