I have probably a dozen of Cheyenne Sky growing at the edge of a large pond in INdiana. We planted them for erosion control and wanted mostly native plants. They are lovely. They rustle in the wind and create a "wave" effect. Ones that get more moisture get fuller and redder. It looks great with these other plants at the edge: Russian sage, white heath asters, echinacea, helenium (mardi gras), monarda, lance-leaf coreopsis, gallardia, amsonia, rudbeckia, among others. Cheyenne Sky stands out beautifully. We have other taller switchgrass as well , but Cheyenne Sky gets all the compliments.