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Blue grama is a warm season grass seed that demonstrates good drought, fair salinity, and moderate alkalinity tolerances and works great when used for low maintenance lawns and pastures.
Big Bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) - Big Bluestem grass seeds can produce a versatile and attractive grass. It is a native grass and is a warm season perennial grass which has an attractive reddish-copper color in fall and can help create a beautiful landscape.
Little Bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium) - Little Bluestem grass seed easily grows to produce one of the most popular ornamental grasses on the market today, and it is widely used in landscaping. Little Bluestem native grass is often used in wildflower plantings because it is short and mixes well with wildflowers for increased attraction.
Holt Indian Grass (Sorghastrum nutans) - Start Indian Grass seed for this versatile, perennial, prairie grass. Indiangrass is a beautiful, clumping, native grass of medium color, turning to a showy yellow to bronze color in the fall. It will normally retain some color throughout the winter.
This mixture of warm and cool-season grasses the northeast native mix grows to a height of 24 to 48 inches and may be planted alone or with a mixture of wildflowers.
As a native prairie grass mixture of warm season grasses short grass will grow to a height of 12 to 24 inches tall and may be planted alone or with a mixture of wildflowers.
Sideoats Grama is a long-lived, warm-season, native prairie grass with an exceptionally wide, natural distribution throughout the United States and is most abundant in the Great Plains.
This mixture of warm and cool-season grasses, southeast native mix, grows to a height of 24 to 48 inches and may be planted alone or with a mixture of wildflowers.
This mixture of warm and cool-season grasses grows to a height of 12 to 36 inches and may be planted alone or with a mixture of wildflowers.
Switchgrass usually grows 3 to 5 feet in height and even as a seedling it can be distinguished from other native grasses by the dense patch of hairs at the point where the leaf blade attaches to the sheath.
Little Bluestem, Big Bluestem, Indiangrass, and Switchgrass are the legendary grasses of the Tall Grass Prairie. These species are the backbone of the prairiegrass ecosystem that once covered most of the central plains of North America.
This mixture of warm and cool-season grasses was blended for use on western rangeland or for ornamental or ecological purposes (Wildlife, etc.) and can be planted with mixed wildflowers.
As a warm season grass seed mixture, Xeriscape is a low growing mix of buffalo and bluegrama grass which makes it great for low input lawns or erosion control projects.