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 →
Below you find our complete selection of grass and groundcover seeds. Whether it be any of our Regional Grass Mixtures or beautiful Partridge Pea, these new seed varieties are perfect for replenishing nutrients, adding to wildflower plantings or creating a more natural look. Choose from two dozen specialized varieties.
Western Native Grass Seed Mix is made up of seven native grasses that require little water and maintenance. Perfect for meadows, property borders, or replacing high-maintenance lawns. Indian Ricegrass, Galletta Grass, Bluebunch Wheatgrass, and more provide year-long interest and wildlife habitat to your landscape; add wildflower seed to bring in colorful pollinators. Learn More →
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) Learn More →
Southwest Native Grass Seed Mix is comprised of seven native grasses that require little maintenance and little water. Plant this easy-to-grow mixture to create an ornamental, wildlife-friendly meadow or to replace demanding, water-hungry lawns. Plant with native wildflowers for a colorful look. Provides year-long interest with Indian Ricegrass, Idaho Fescue, Plains Bristlegrass, and more. Learn More →
Midwest Shortgrass Native Grass Seed Mix is a low-maintenance blend perfect for adding year-long interest to meadows, lawns, and garden beds. Featuring a variety of low-growing grasses native to the Midwest, including Blue Grama Grass, Sand Dropseed, and Prairie Junegrass, this mix creates habitat for birds and local wildlife. Pair with wildflower seeds to attract pollinators. Learn More →
Indian ricegrass produces graceful ivory-colored seed heads and sage-green foliage for an airy, ornamental appeal. The dramatic seed head display lasts all summer. This native, cool-season grass is highly drought tolerant. A fibrous root system provides excellent erosion control. Ricegrass is a larval host plant of skippers and attracts a variety of wildlife. (Oryzopisis hymenoides) Learn More →
Smooth Bromegrass is an easy-to-grow perennial grass with many uses. It can be planted for hay, pasture and silage, as well as used for erosion control and as a groundcover crop. This cool season grass tolerates extreme temperatures, drought, and sandy soils. (Bromus inermis) Learn More →
Southeast Native Grass Seed Mix is an easy-to-grow combination of grasses that are native to the Southeastern part of the United States. Featuring Little Bluestem Grass, Virginia Wildrye, Purpletop, and more, this mixture is perfect for planting in pastures and meadows. Turn your high-maintenance lawn into a low maintenance, ornamental native prairie. 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 →
Buffalo Grass can be planted as a ground cover and is a low-maintenance solution to any lawn or meadow. It is extremely drought tolerant and will attract wildlife. Perennial. (Buchloe dactyloides) Learn More →
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