A medium sized, long lived bunch grass from the Southern Great Plains of the U.S. In Texas it is commonly called seep muhly, a reference to it being found in areas that are often saturated in the spring, only to dry out with the heat and drought of summer. Fine textured blades to around 20 inches forms a bunch to 2 ft. wide. Clouds of rosy-pink flowers rise above the blades in late summer. Similar to Muhlenbergia capillaris but it tolerates wet soils better, is more cold hardy, plus is drought tolerant. Excellent in mass plantings in full sun or as an accent. Deer resistant.