Bamboo muhly. Grossly underplanted in our opinion, this handsome muhly forms delicate thickets of fine-textured foliage and is strongly reminiscent of bamboo. The leaves and flower clusters are held on slender, woody stems to 6’ and possess a graceful, billowing habit. Useful as an accent, in containers or as a feathery screen between perennial beds, bamboo muhly grows best in well-drained, fertile soil. Plants are surprisingly heat and drought tolerant. Southern Arizona, Northern Mexico.