I happend to go out as the sun was starting to set behind the trees across the highway.
Lighting was perfect and I caught the sun's rays through tree tops.
Coaxing Buffy to pose with the Muhly to give
some idea of the size of the grasses took
most of the time the sun was still in the right place.
Inflorescences up close.
A last look as Buffy looks for trucks on the highway.
I started with five clumps. Next spring I will divide them into smaller clumps to spread the groundcover into a larger area.
Yesterday on my way to town I saw Muhly grass growing on the side of an exit ramp where the ground is too steep to mow. It covered a large area and was very colorful even when not
backlit by the sun. I get the best view here because it faces west from the house.
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