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Native & Introduced Varieties

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  • Big Bluestem Big Bluestem

    Big Bluestem

    Sold by the PLS pound Big Bluestem will grow almost anywhere, under any conditions. Root systems that can extend up to 12 feet into the ground, give the plant its extraordinary capacity to withstand drought and extremes of temperatures. Growth begins in...

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  • Blue Grama Blue Grama

    Blue Grama

    Sold by the PLS pound Bouteloua gracilis: Blue Grama Grass is a major, warm-season grass found throughout the Great Plains. The plant is fairly short, reaching 10 to 20 inches with narrow basal leaves of 2 to 6 inches. Blue Grama grows in...

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  • Buffalograss (Range Quality)

    Buffalograss (Range Quality)

    Sold by the PLS pound Buffalograss (Buchloe dactyloides)  VARIETIES Sharp's Improved Prime Range Quality Sharp's Improved Range Quality Texoka Primed Range Quality Texoka Range Quality Height: 12-18 InchesSpread: 6-12 InchesUSDA...

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  • Canada Wildrye Canada Wildrye

    Canada Wildrye

    Sold by the PLS pound Canada Wildrye (Elymus canadensis) is a native perennial bunchgrass that grows to 4 feet with erect or arching culms and flat, wide (up to 0.8 inches), waxy green, pointed leaves that grow from the base of the stem to the...

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  • Creeping Foxtail

    Creeping Foxtail

    Sold by the PLS pound Creeping meadow foxtail, Alopecurus ventricosus is a large, long-lived, rhizomatous, sod-forming, perennial grass introduced from Eurasia. Uses Grazing/livestock/pasture: Creeping foxtail is very well suited for pastureland...

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  • Eastern Gamagrass

    Eastern Gamagrass

    Sold by the PLS pound Eastern Gamagrass (Tripsacum Dactyloides) is a native perennial bunchgrass and a distant relative of corn. It is a long-lived (to 50 years), warm-season species native to most of the eastern half of the United States. It...

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  • Little Bluestem Little Bluestem

    Little Bluestem

    Sold by the PLS pound Little Bluestem is a valuable summer forage grass in drier areas because of its efficient use of whatever moisture is available. Once established, Little Bluestem requires very little maintenance. Whenever grazing is properly...

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  • Sand Bluestem Sand Bluestem

    Sand Bluestem

    Sold by the PLS pound Sand Bluestem is a native, warm-season perennial tall grass. It forms a dense sod in the sandy soils in which it is normally found. Growth begins in April with maturity reached in October. It is fairly palatable to livestock, but...

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  • Sideoats Grama Sideoats Grama

    Sideoats Grama

    Sold by the PLS pound Sideoats Grama is a native, warm-season, bunch forming or sod forming perennial grass. Distributed over much of the Midwest and Great Plains, it is an important grass of the prairie and plains states. It grows on well-drained...

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  • Smooth Bromegrass Smooth Bromegrass

    Smooth Bromegrass

    Sold by the PLS pound or BULK pound Smooth Brome is a major, cool-season, long-lived, perennial, sod-forming grass which reproduces from seed and spreads by creeping rhizomes. A native grass of Europe and Asia, Brome was introduced into the U.S. in...

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  • Switchgrass Switchgrass


    Sold by the PLS pound Switchgrass is a native, perennial, warm-season, sod-forming tall grass. It is most commonly found in prairie lowlands, but will grow under wide range of climatic conditions. A thick stand of Switchgrass makes excellent winter and...

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  • Tall Wheatgrass Tall Wheatgrass

    Tall Wheatgrass

    Sold by the PLS pound Tall Wheatgrass (agropyron elongatum) is an introduced wheatgrass, brought into the United States from Turkey and the U.S.S.R. it is a tall, vigorous, cool-season, bunch-grass that is the latest maturing grass adapted to the...

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  • Western Wheatgrass Western Wheatgrass

    Western Wheatgrass

    Sold by the PLS pound Western Wheatgrass is a native, cool-season, perennial, sod-forming grass. It reaches a height of 1 to 3 feet, and because of its bluish-colored stems and leaves, it is often called “bluestem wheatgrass” or “blue...

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