Out there in the tall flower meadow the Pink Muhly blooms.
The approach is slow. There are many things to see along the way.
The Pink Muhly is not the only grass in bloom. Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light' towers above the tall flower meadow and waves to the travelers passing along the scenic byway.
I have spotted the Pink Muhly close to the swelling buds of the Sheffie Mum.
It blooms in pink.
The Pink Muhly has been a slow grower for me, but it hangs in there getting a bit bigger each year. They came as tiny starts and we could say there is some competition close by. Right now it is more of a bit player while I wait for it to multiply. Maybe I'll find some in the discard rack one day.
The Feather Reed, Calamogrostis is faster. One pot has already been divided by ten. Next spring it will divide again and begin its march down the hill.
I stalk the tall flower meadow in the low light of early fall.