Native to Texas and the southwest down to northern Mexico, Muhlenbergia lindheimeri, what we call Big Muhly, is a beautiful and easy-to-grow ornamental grass that performs well throughout the southern tier of the country in USDA Zones 6a-11. Much like its cousins, it grows in a graceful upright arching clump...but much larger. The fine-textured clump of blue-gray foliage can reach 4 to 5 feet high and equally as wide with the pretty pink-tinged flowers that open to fluffy white panicles adding another foot in height. The pretty flowers are excellent for cutting and use in fresh or dried indoor flower arrangements. Low-maintenance and highly ornamental in the landscape, Big Muhly's lovely flowers and graceful form is ideal for use as a specimen, grouping, or in large sweeps for a stunning display. Get all the details below!