Muhlenbergia

The genus of plants is named after a guy. Gotthilf Heinrich Ernst Muhlenberg. He was a botanist and he liked plants.

There are many types of this plant, but they mostly live in the southwestern United States and Mexico. People call them muhly because that’s their common name.

Muhlenbergia grass is a type of perennial grass that has a number of unique properties. For one, it is extremely tolerant to heat and drought, making it a great option for landscaping in warm climates.

Additionally, Muhlenbergia grass is resistant to most common turf diseases, which means it can be used in high-traffic areas without fear of becoming diseased.

Finally, this type of grass grows quickly and forms a thick sod, making it an excellent choice for erosion control on slopes.

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Muhlenbergia