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Image of Molinia caerulea

Mark A. Miller

(Moor Grass, Variegated Moor Grass)

A tidy tuft of green and ivory colored foliage, variegated moor grass adds charm in summer with wispy, mustard-golden stems topped with tiny purple flowers that ripen to bronze seeds in autumn. An herbaceous perennial grass, it is native to southeastern Europe and central to southwestern Asia in moist soil areas, such as moors and marshes.

This clump forming grass has long, linear blades that slowly taper to a fine point. Each blade is a medium greenwith cream-toned stripes. The flowers are...

(Moor Grass)

Tall and impressive in its size and stature, tall purple moor grass adds charm in summer with wispy stems topped with plumes of purple-pink flowers that ripen to bronze seeds in autumn. An herbaceous perennial grass, it is native to southeastern Europe and central to southwestern Asia in moist soil areas, such as moors and marshes.

This tall, clump forming grass has long, linear blades that slowly taper to a fine point. Often purple-tinted at the base, the blade is a medium green to gray-green....

Image of Molinia caerulea ssp. arundinacea

James H. Schutte

(Moor Grass, Skyracer Moor Grass)

Linear and upright in habit, Skyracer purple moor grass punctuates its look in summer with very tall stems topped with wispy plumes of purple-pink flowers that ripen to bronze seeds in autumn. An herbaceous perennial grass, it is native to southeastern Europe and central to southwestern Asia in moist soil areas, such as moors and marshes.

This tall, clump forming grass has long, linear blades that slowly taper to a fine point. Each is blue-green to gray-green. The flowers are held upon airy...

Image of Muhlenbergia capillaris photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Pink Muhly Grass)

The fluffy pink plumes of pink muhly grass are garden cotton candy for the eye. This clump-forming, warm season grass is native to the eastern United States, Mexico, and West Indies. In the wild, it can be found in open sites with sharply drained, sandy or gravelly soils. It is also common to prairies and coastal plains.

Through summer, this tidy grass produces clumps of fine-textured, deep green blades. Panicles of wispy pink, grassy flowers are produced in late summer to early fall. These...

Image of Muhlenbergia capillaris

John Rickard

(Pink Muhly Grass, Texas Muhly Grass)

Pink muhly grass is a clumping, warm season perennial native to the eastern United States, Mexico, and the West Indies. This selection, ‘Regal Mist,’ has long, narrow blades and tall, stiff flower stems that produce a cloud of deep, rosy-pink bloom in the late summer.

Muhly grass needs very little care, and tolerates a wide range of conditions, from wet to dry sites, acidic to alkaline soil, salt spray, and poor soil conditions. It is drought tolerant, but limiting water can also limit the mature...

Image of Muhlenbergia capillaris

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Muhly Grass, White Muhly Grass)

White muhly grass is a clumping, warm-season perennial native to the eastern United States, Mexico, and the West Indies. This fine-textured grass blooms in late summer with a cloud of ivory flowers on upright flower stems.

Muhly grass needs very little care, and tolerates a wide range of conditions, from wet to dry sites, acidic to alkaline soil, salt spray, and poor soil conditions. It is drought tolerant, but limiting water can also limit the mature vigor and size of the plant. The spectacular...

(Bull Grass)

Very drought tolerant, bull grass has fine, bluish, gray-green leaf blades that arch into a mound and wispy purple flowers in autumn. A clump-forming perennial grass, it is native to the oak woodlands of the extreme southwestern United States and adjacent northern Mexico.

As the fresh foliage emerges in spring it is long and narrowly linear, colored a lush blue-green. As summer progresses, the leaves can become more gray-green. In early fall, flower stems rise high above the foliage and at their...

Image of Muhlenbergia lindheimeri photo by: B.J. Simpson

B.J. Simpson

(Muhly Grass)

Bringing a graceful, mounding mass of fine, blue-green foliage to the garden, blue muhly grass is a resilient and beautiful perennial. Native to the dry prairies and rocky hillsides of Texas and northern Mexico, it is semi-evergreen, becoming fully dried only in the coldest reaches of its hardiness range in winter. The long, fine leaf blades of blue muhly grass are grayish blue-green and form a tight clump, weeping downward at their tips. In early fall tall, lavender-blue stems rise high above the...

Image of Muhlenbergia rigens photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Deer Grass)

In dry, hot climates where exotic ornamental grasses present an invasiveness problem, this is a rare safe and outstanding variety for beds and borders. Native to the Southwest U.S. from California to Texas and into Mexico, this large perennial species is found on hillsides, canyons, open forests, and high elevations. The fine, light green leaves are narrow and densely gathered into a beautiful, symmetrical clump. They dry to a wheat-straw color in fall and hold up well under winter snow.

Deer...

Image of Nassella tenuissima photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Finestem Needlegrass, Mexican Feather Grass)

Fountain-shaped clumps of fine-textured leaves and puffy seed plumes makes the Mexican feather grass one of the most beautiful ornamental grasses for low-maintenance landscapes. This semi-evergreen perennial is native to the southwestern United States (Texas and New Mexico) to central Mexico, with an adjunct population in Argentina and Chile. Mexican feather grass - also called finestem needlegrass - grows in the open woods on slopes and rocky flats in well-drained soils.

This grass is semi-evergreen...