Spencer and Cliff recently designed and built a net-zero energy home nestled in the woods of Duxbury, Vermont. They moved in mid-summer and immediately got to work adding beauty to their newly-cleared, bare property. With sustainability, cost, and pollinators in mind, they used a variety of wildflow… Read More →
We have put together a collection of our most asked-for and popular grass and groundcover seeds. These species have proven their success with our customers and we wanted to put them all in one place for you to find.
Crimson Clover’s strawberry-red blooms add fun color to any meadow. Growing to be 24-36” tall, we recommend planting this variety at the front of the garden or meadow. Not to be confused with the tough perennial red clovers that can take over a meadow, Crimson Clover is a non-invasive annual that can help enhance your soil and attract pollinators to the garden or meadow. Gorgeous on its own or paired with other wildflowers. Annual. Learn More →
Medium Red Clover is a legume that is perfect for planting as a cover crop to loosen soil, or to provide nourishment to crops in between seasons. Short-Lived Perennial. (Trifolium pratense) Learn More →
White Ladino Clover is one of the most popular white clovers in the US. It has high nutritious value, is vigorous and easy-to-grow, making it popular for pastures. White Ladino Clover is also used as a cover crop. Perennial. (Trifolium repens) Learn More →
An extremely fast and aggressive grower, Crown Vetch produces lovely white and purple blooms. This legume should be planted for erosion control in certain hard-to-reach areas, not in places where there are other plants established. Perennial. (Coronilla varia) Learn More →