Muhlbergia has another common name known as ‘Muhly Grass’. The fine blades of this ornamental grass unite to be reminiscent of a windblown casual hairdo. Native to western North America, muhlbergia tolerates drought and thrives in well-drained soil. Plant this easy-to-grow perennial grass in large drifts for year-round texture and movement in the landscape. Several varieties boast colorful, airy flowers that dance over the arching foliage for weeks in late summer and fall. The white, pink, and red-tinged flowers eventually turn tawny brown and decorate the garden through winter.