Column: Enliven fall garden with low-growing herb, decorative grass

11/30/2011 | Midland Reporter-Telegram (Texas)

The pigeon berry herb and the Gulf Coast muhly ornamental grass are two of the plants that can provide autumn colors to drought-affected gardens, Deborah Benge-Frost writes. The pigeon berry produces bright flowers that become red berries, while the muhly grass has flower and seed heads that produce pink and purple foliage, Benge-Frost notes.

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