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It may look like magic! 
For most of the year Muhly Grass looks like other green grasses but in the fall it turns to stunning cotton candy pink!
Muhlenbergia  is native from Kansas to the east coast and also comes in purple and white varieties. It is traditionally found in wet prairies, inter-dune swales, the outer edge of marshes, and well-drained upland pine forests. 

It is known to indigenous people of North America  as sweetgrass. Many Native tribes in North America use sweetgrass in prayer, smudging or purifying ceremonies and consider it a sacred plant. 
Sweetgrass is part of the Native American creation story and sometimes referred to as the hair of Mother Earth. It is usually braided, dried, and burned.The Gulla people of the southeast still make beautiful baskets from the grass.

If you are interested in learning more about indigenous wisdom, scientific knowledge and the teachings of plants, check out 'Braiding Sweetgrass' by Robin Wall Kimmerer 

Let's do this!

Come join us for some kayak yoga! Just a short kayak paddle to our own private beach. Cheryl Hines will lead you in a gentle flow.

Sunday Oct.27 @ 2pm

Join us for the final concert of this season on Friday Nov. 22 from 6-9pm. We're letting someone else do the cooking. Check out the menu below.

Sunshine Grindz Menu        Reservations
Kayak Amelia
Kayak Amelia

13030 Heckscher Dr

Jacksonville, FL 32226

(904) 251-0016

Store Hours
Kayak office 9am-5pm everyday
(closed Wed. in Dec,Jan,Feb)