Warm Season Grass Seed

Warm Season Grass Seed

Warm Season Grasses won’t scorch in the heat of summer

Warm season grasses, as their name suggests, thrive in areas with hot summer temperatures, such as the Deep South, Texas and the southwest. Warm season grasses grow most vigorously in the warmest months of the year, in temperatures of 75-90 degrees. These grasses go dormant in the cooler weather of late fall and will green up again as temperatures warm in spring.

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  1. Indian Grass Seeds, Sorghastrum nutans

    Indian grass attracts birds and butterflies to the garden with feathery plumes and golden seed heads. A native ornamental grass with an upright form and slender blue-green foliage, f...

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    Indian Grass Seeds Indian Grass Sorghastrum nutans
    As low as $12.95
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    Indian grass attracts birds and butterflies to the garden with feathery plumes and golden seed heads. A native ornamental grass with an upright form and slender blue-green foliage, flowers stand on sturdy stems above foliage in late summer and darken to chestnut hues in fall. Fall color ranges from orange to purple. Drought tolerant and deer resistant. (Sorghastrum nutans)
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  2. Buckwheat Seeds, Fagopyrum esculentum

    Buckwheat provides quick soil cover and weed suppression for short-season cover. Abundant blooms attract beneficial insects and pollinators. Buckwheat thrives in nutrient-poor soils....

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    Buckwheat Seeds Buckwheat Fagopyrum esculentum
    As low as $4.95
    Per 1/4 Pound
    Buckwheat provides quick soil cover and weed suppression for short-season cover. Abundant blooms attract beneficial insects and pollinators. Buckwheat thrives in nutrient-poor soils. A dense, fibrous root system loosens topsoil and prevents erosion. Buckwheat is easy to kill, making it an ideal cover crop and green manure for home gardens. (Fagopyrum esculentem)
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