From the entry:
“This is one of our favorite Ornamental grass to use in drought tolerant flowerbed designs. Grasses work really well when you use them in clusters and communities, scattering them as the wind would scatter seeds naturally. They look especially beautiful when planted as a foreground to some dramatic agaves or yuccas. Gulf Muhly has spectacular purple haze colored wispy foliage during the fall that really complements other purple neighbors like Fall Aster. Works in small beds and in large space nature plantings. “
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