A very winterhardy long lived perennial sod forming grass. Produces large masses of deep roots to improve soil and control erosion. Grows two to four feet tall and withstands hot and dry weather conditions.
Tall perennial bunchgrass ideal for use in pasture mixes with legumes due to its growth type and good food value. Drought resistant and fast recovery after cutting.
Short lived hardy perennial bunchgrass used in pasture mixes with alfalfa and red clover for hay production.
Fast germination cool-season bunchgrass used in pasture mixes to promote early establishment and growth which produces highly palatable forage for feed.
Similar to growth type to Perennial Rye, but has no winter hardiness in the upper Midwest so it must be started from seed each year. Used as a quick cover for erosion control.
Perennial bunchgrass with moderate winter hardiness. Very useful in pasture mixes due to its excellent drought tolerance and ability to produce after other grasses go dormant in the summer.
Very persistent and palatable sod-forming grass that can produce in both drought and flooded conditions. Its ability to withstand water makes it a good choice for waterways, flood plains and catch basins.
Warm season perennial native grass that propagates by underground stems and seeds. Can grow to 6 to 8 feet tall under the right growing conditions. Adapts best to full sun and deep, moist, fertile soils.
OTHER COOL SEASON AND NATIVE GRASSES NOT LISTED ARE AVAILABLE. CONTACT THE OFFICE FOR PRICES.