Growing Pink Muhly (Zone 8A)
I am hoping to grow Pink Muhly (Muhlenbergia filipes), but I live on a hill away from a river and I'm in a zone 8a climate.
It can be very overcast here sometimes, especially in winter. Does this mean that I cannot grow Pink Muhly outdoors in the ground? Does it need a ton of bright sunlight? There is a lot of cloud cover where I live especially during winter and I don't know how that affects the plant.
Our lows are usually 14 degrees Fahrenheit (14F). Sometimes, it can get to 7 degrees fahrenheit, but those occasions are rare.
Can I still grow Pink Muhly? (Muhlenbergia filipes) Is there anyone growing Pink Muhly in similar circumstances, outdoors and in the ground with success?