Muhlenbergia reverchonii Undaunted® - Muhly Grass
Muhlenbergia reverchonii Undaunted®
Tough and amazingly fall showy, this selection features fine textured, mounded green foliage that is topped by airy sprays of rose pink flowers in late summer and fall. When grouped, the color of the plumes when blooming is riveting! Hardier than the species and native birds love its seed!
- Deer and rabbit resistant
- Heat and drought tolerant once established
- Hardier and more colorful that the species
- Native birds love the seed from its bloom
- Provides great cover for native birds & insects
Map Credit: The Biota of North America
Map Key: Green (native), Teal (native, adventive), Blue (present), Yellow (present & rare), Red (extinct)
It is native primarily to rocky slopes, flats, limestone outcroppings and seep areas from central Oklahoma to central Texas. Seed plumes and foliage turn tawny brown in winter.
Prosper in full sun to light shade, thriving in soil that ranges from average to dry. Adapts well to both humid conditions and drought. Create groupings of three or more for a stunning presentation of fall foliage.