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Native Plants at The History Center

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Gulf Muhly

Gulf Muhly (Muhlenbergia capillaris) blooms a vibrant pink in September and October, reminiscent of cotton candy. The blooms are especially attractive when backlit by the low-on-the-horizon fall sun and are an anticipated signal to the shortened days of fall. The clumps grow to 1.5 to 3 feet tall.

  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center
  • Native Plants at The History Center