Soft blue Mexican muhly. A remarkably beautiful mounding grass to 18” with muted, steel-blue foliage covered by soft, velvety hairs. The weeping habit adds to the grace of its character, as do the pale lilac-colored flowers that form in September and rise 2-3’ above the leaves before drying to a warm buff color. The ten-year old plants in our garden have held their delicate character without an annual shearing. Best in well-drained, fertile soil with full sun or light shade. The foliage will blush reddish-purple in cold temperatures. Hardy to 20F. Central Mexico.