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Muhlenbergia lindheimeri is a heat- and drought-tolerant southwestern native grass that also performs well in the Southeast. It grows in an erect clump; blue gray, fine-textured foliage reaches four feet, and pink-tinted flowers add another foot. It is easy, undemanding, and surprisingly ornamental. Its lovely blooms and upright shape make it a great specimen, or plant Lindheimer’s Muhly in sweeps for a stunning display. Muhlenbergia lindheimeri was named for Jacob Ferdinand Lindheimer, a German-born naturalist who has been called the father of Texas botany.
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