Muhlenbergia reverchonii (Seep Muhly)
Also called Rose Muhly.
Seep Muhly is a heat and drought-tolerant, warm season perennial bunch grass. It has attractive foliage and fall seed plumes. Seed plumes and foliage turn tawny brown in the winter. Seep Muhly resembles a less pink, slightly smaller, inland version of Gulf Muhly (Muhlenbergia capillaris). It can tolerate heavier clay soils than most muhly grasses.
Seep Muhly is an adaptable grass that thrives in most soils and can handle wet conditions a bit better than Gulf Muhly.
AT A GLANCE
|Sun exposure||Full sun|
|Mature height||1.5-2.5 ft|
|Mature spread||1.5-2 ft|
|Present in state|
|Present in county and native|
|Native to North America, but adventive & escaped in state|
|Not present in state|
|Present and rare, native in county|
|Previously present, now extinct|
|Questionable presence (cross-hatched, regardless of color)|