If you had 3 Pennisetum 'Hamelin', what would you do with them?

I am getting ready to play musical plants again and this will probably be the first of many posts. [g] I have been fortunate I guess that 'Hamelin' has reproduced and not to excess. I thought I wanted a few of them, but now that they are getting bigger, I am not sure.

So I'm trying to see if there is some new way to use them that I haven't thought of yet. They have only been in the ground one season, so now is the time to move them. I went by a garden today that looked like it had been professionally installed. There were five of them in a row with evergreens behind. I think they were mugo pines. I thought I liked them better with evergreens. Anyone have any good ideas?

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