Airy, upright sprays of purple to pink inflorescences are a breathtaking addition to the fall landscape. It is heat-tolerant and sun-loving, therefore and easy plant to care for! Pink Muhly Grass is excellent for ground cover and is beautiful in spectacular show-stopping pots.
Wondering about the word "Muhly"? The Muhlenbergia genus is named after Henry Muhlenberg (1753-1815) who was an accomplished botanist, chemist and mineralogist. Muhlenberg is also claimed by many to be America’s first outstanding botanist. Now you know. ;)
Muhlenbergia (also called sweetgrass) is used in the low-country of South Carolina for traditional basket weaving. Now you know more. ;)
Light: Full sun Height: 2-4' Width: 36" (91cm) Spacing: 36" Hardiness: Zone 6-10, -10ºF Bloom Time: Autumn Color: Pink blooms, green foliage Habit: Mounded Soil: Tolerates poorly drained soil Care: Thrives in full sun or partial shade in average, moist, but well-drained soil; however, tolerant of drought, heat, and poor soils.
Suggestions: Pink Muhly Grass is best grouped or massed for late season color. Add this gorgeous perennial grass to borders, cottage gardens or native plant areas. It's also a great for mass coverage of areas with poor soils.