Muhlenbergia reverchonii seeds?
Hi, I was hoping someone on this forum may know of a seed source for Muhlenbergia reverchonii. It's a little known native grass only found in northern Texas and south Oklahoma, but apparently it's hardy to USDA 5. It resembles M. capillaris with the pink blooms, but seems it would be more reliably hardy in my area.
So it's a long shot, but if anyone knows of a seed source (I'm in Canada so the actual plant would be too expensive for me, don't want to pay for all the phytosanitary certificates) for this Texan native, or a lead on one, I'd really appreciate you sharing the information...
I seem to want to grow Mexican and Texan plants lately (I've got Salvia greggii, Salvia leucantha, Salvia microphylla, and Leucanthemum frutescens started), must be losing my mind due to prolonged winter conditions here!
I did find a company that sold it in plant form, and asked if they also sold seed, but they haven't replied so I'm guessing that's a negative. Here's the photo from the website.