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Re: ornamental grass.....Muhly grass

Another one of my favorites, although it doesn't do as well for me as the  
Bamboo muhly.
The Gulf Muhly is native here, looks best when in mass plantings.  I  tried 
it in a more open area, where I wanted a grouping of it, however for some  
reason the grass didn't like that spot and didn't come back for me.  So for  now I 
just have small clumps in native perennial beds, so don't get  that nice mass 
of red tops blowing in the wind, like I see in  nature.  Pretty, just not the 
same, unfortunately, since it doesn't get  as tall and is hidden by other 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 5/17/2005 10:05:28 AM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

I've  wanted to grow Muhlenbergia for a long time.  When I finally
ordered  it, it got cancelled.  This year I ordered M. capillaris, Gulf
Muhly  Grass, for our ornamental Grass garden and it's looking  good

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