This plant grows well in the following regions:
- SMSierra and Coastal Mountains
- CVCentral Valley
- NCNorth and Central Coast
- SCSouth Coast
Seep muhly is similar in appearance to Muhlenbergia capillaris, another non-invasive alternative, but is smaller and blooms earlier in the fall with softer pink flowers. It is considerably more cold hardy than Muhlenbergia capillaris.
Grows 2 ft. tall and wide. Very resilient. Handles dry, rocky limestone soils as well as moist clay soils. Very resistant to browsing by deer and other animals. Great for incorporating into a meadow or planting around water features or seeps.
- Full sun
- Partial sun
- Medium water
- Low water