Sweet Grass. This NATIVE from North Carolina to Texas, is my favorite native grass. This species plumes about two weeks later than M. capillaris and is fully 2' taller. It has almost the identical color with is wispy mauve/pink seed heads. This is becoming an endangered species along the South Carolina coast because of development and this is the species used by the Gullah Charleston artisans who weave those unreal baskets from their stems. So if you are a Muhley addict like me, this one can prolong your fix.