A ship at sea will certainly attract your attention to the horizon and so will a stand of Pink Muhly planted in the distance. Unexpectedly a yard really feels grander.
A “Glowy” Look
” Its pink florescence seems to drift over the plant like soft clouds,” keeps in mind Santa Rosa Gardens, which markets Muhlenbergia Capillaris for $8.95 apiece.
A native of north Italy, Turin-based landscape engineer Cristiana Ruspa of Giardino Segreto situated a clump of lipstick-pink Muhlenbergia behind lower-growing plants such as silvery artemisia and also a dwarf range of purple Russian sage.
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Pink Muhly is a common nickname for Muhlenbergia capillaris, which is commonly sturdy to growing zone 7 and also “gladly adapts to a range of dirts,” keeps in mind Hoffmann Nursery.
The North Carolina-based whole nursery markets numerous cultivars of Muhlenbergia; for details and prices, see Hoffmann Baby room.