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pawneebuttesseed.com/seed-list/mixes See PBSI Native Prairie Mix

pawneebuttesseed.com pdf Grass Seeding Guidelines

        Pawnee Buttes Seed, Inc.
        PO Box 100
        605 25th Street
        Greeley, CO. 80632
        
        PBSI Native Prairie Mix
        Sales Staff: Don Hijar, Glenn Ledall and Dave Rady
        Call Us At:
        (800) 782-5947
        (970) 356-7002
        
        $9.25 / LB
        25 lbs/Acre
        
        4 * 9.25 => 37.00
        5 * 9.25 => 46.25
        
        Prices based on 50 lb. minimum purchase, call for prices on smaller quantities.
        All prices are subject to confirmation.
        
        (29%) Blue Grama
        (25%) Buffalograss
        (5%) Green Needlegrass
        (20%) Sideoats Grama
        (20%) Western Wheatgrass
        (1%) Sand Dropseed
        

Prairie Grass Research

Blue Grama

theprairieproject.okstate.edu/plants/grasses Blue Grama

blueplanetbiomes.org article Blue Grama Grass

Sideoats Grama

theprairieproject.okstate.edu/wildlife article Sideoats Grama

prairienursery.com/store/native-grasses Sideoats Grama

prairiemoon.com/seeds

Bouteloua curtipendula, or Side-oats Grama, is a rarity among native grasses in that it sports tiny attractive flowers during its summer bloom time (see detailed photos.) Bracts hang uniformly from one side of the stem while brilliant red-purple anthers dangle below and delicate white stigmas protrude above. When the seed heads dry, they have a distinctly oat-like appearance.

Side-oats is a warm-season grass that grows actively during the summer months when soil temperatures are warm. Its current range is throughout North America and south to Argentina, and it is cited as a food source or larval host for at least five types of skipper moths. Bouteloua curtipendula’s rhizomatous clumping tendency and moderate height make it a good companion for spring-blooming wildflowers like Shooting Stars or Prairie Smoke.

Western Wheatgrass

nrcs.usda.gov publication Western Wheatgrass

This species is generally a relatively low yielding forage producer, but can be harvested and utilized as native hay, especially from overflow sites that collect additional moisture. Western wheatgrass is well adapted to stabilization of disturbed soils because of its strong, spreading rhizomes. It is very compatible with slower developing native grasses such as bluebunch wheatgrass, thickspike wheatgrass, strea mbank wheatgrass and needlegrass species.

High Plains Prairie Flowers

Hancock Seed Company

Richard Hancock began custom seed harvesting in Florida in 1978. As the business has grown, additional facilities for seed processing, warehousing and shipping were built on the family farm near Dade City. Richard was the originator of the “no till” wildlife food plot concept and introduced the first no till products into the market in the 1990’s. Christopher Hancock, the oldest son, has brought advanced website technology and marketing strategies to the business since 2005. With goals of being a major exporter and dominant web retailer, Hancock Farm & Seed Company is expanding personnel systems for harvesting, processing, shipping, web management, sales and service.

hancockseed.com High Plains Native Wildflower Seed Mix - 2 lb. Bag - $127.00

High Plains Native Wildflower Seed Mix
  • These wildflower seed mixtures were developed for specific areas of the United States and Canada. They are composed of annual and perennial wildflowers that are native to the region, and when available, are from seed sourced from that region to insure maximum adaptability. Use these mixes for projects where 100 percent native species are required or preferred. GMO FREE

This annual and perennial mix contains: Beardtongue, Dotted Gayfeather, Greenthread, Hoary Vervain, Indian Blanket, Narrow-Leaf Purple Coneflower, Partridge Pea, Plains Coreopsis, Prairie Aster, Prairie Coneflower, Prairie Spiderwort, Prairie Sunflower, Purple Prairie Clover, Rocky Mountain Beeplant and Scarlet Globemallow.

hancockseed.com Bee Feed Wildflower Seed Mix - $50

Plant 2lbs. per 4,000 sq. ft

Bee Feed Wildflower Seed Mix - This wildflower seed mix provides bee forage for the entire growing season. It includes annual and perennial flowers that provide pollen and nectar to honey bees, bumble bees and other native bees.

        Contents:
        
        Lavender Hyssop
        Siberian Wallflower
        Lance-Leaved Coreopsis
        Plains Coreopsis
        Chinese Forget-Me-Not
        Purple Coneflower 
        California Poppy
        Indian Blanket
        Globe Gilia
        Sweet Alyssum
        Baby Blue Eyes
        Corn Poppy - mixed colors
        New England Aster
        Crimson Clover
        Blue Flax
        Wild Bergamot
        Fleabane Daisy
        

hancockseed.com product Western Wildflower Seed Mix - 2 lbs. $57.00

Western Wildflower Seed Mix - Formulated for elevations below 7,000 feet in CO, ID, western KS, MT, western NE, northern NV, ND, eastern OR, SD, UT, eastern WA, WY, southern Alberta, and southern Saskatchewan.

        Contents
        Dwarf Coneflower
        Deerhorn Clarkia
        Plains Coreopsis
        California Poppy
        Perennial Gaillardia
        Annual Gaillardia
        Globe Gilia
        Candy Tuft
        Blue Flax
        Perennial Lupine
        Prairie Aster
        Dwarf Evening Primrose
        Pale Evening Poppy
        Corn Poppy
        Palmer Penstemon
        Penstemon
        Prairie Coneflower
        Greenthread
        Showy Goldeneye
        

About Holland Wildflower Farm

hollandwildflowerfarm.com/shop Western Pollinator Wildflower Mix - $75.00 per pound

Colorado Native Plant Society