Look for plains muhly on slopes and crests of moderately to strongly eroded hillsides. This slender, wiry grass grows 15–35 cm tall with the flowers in July in very slender panicles up to 10 cm long. In the Lethbridge area, this grass is sometimes parasitized by an insect, causing a malformation of the seeds that become swollen and bent to the side.
To be added soon.
This plant is not currently in the garden, but we hope it is coming soon.