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Muhlenbergia capillaris

hair-awn muhly, pink hairgrass

This native's tidy clumps of very fine blue foliage provide color and texture to the garden, but in late summer or fall they explode into bloom with clouds of airy pink flowers that last for many weeks. Stunningly beautiful, even in heat, humidity or drought!

Muhlenbergia capillaris '' hair-awn muhly, pink hairgrass from North Creek Nurseries

Muhlenbergia reverchonii UNDAUNTED® 'PUND01S'

ruby muhly, seep muhly

Plant this muhlygrass for a show-stopping autumnal display! An aura of reddish mauve flower spikes bloom late summer into fall and will stop you in your tracks - a performance that intensifies when backlit by the rising or setting autumn sun. Striking when planted en masse, or lovely as an accent mixed into a perennial border. The clouds of flowers dry after frost and persist to provide winter interest. This warm season grass’s fine-textured, soft green foliage forms a tidy, well-behaved mound. Heat and drought tolerant, long-lived and low maintenance.

Muhlenbergia reverchonii '' ruby muhly, seep muhly from North Creek Nurseries

Nassella tenuissima

Mexican feather grass, fine stem needlegrass
The narrow green blades of this southwestern native form a tidy fountaining clump. In early summer silvery cream-colored flowers open to resemble downy feathers that sway gently with the breeze. In fall the flowers turn amber and remain attractive through winter. Not tolerant of winter wet.
Nassella tenuissima '' Mexican feather grass, fine stem needlegrass from North Creek Nurseries
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