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Most muhlygrasses are high on drama, offering their beautiful floral display to dryland gardens. They have a soft, airy appearance that is welcome among agaves and other rough-texture plants that permeate low-water gardens. Pine muhly, in particular, grows best in fast-draining soil that is low in nutrients -- a sandy soil is perfect. Avoid heavy clay and wet locations.
The bold, succulent leaves of agave are a perfect contrast for pine muhly's whispy texture. Like pine muhly, agave thrives in low-water areas, making it a great plant for desert gardens and areas with water restrictions.Penstemon
Add color to beds and borders with pine muhly by planting bright, drought-tolerant penstemon.