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Cool Season Grass Varieties

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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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  • Meadow Brome

    Meadow Brome

    Meadow Brome (Bromus biebersteinii) is a little known, cool-season grass that is native to southwestern Asia. Original seeds were collected in Turkey in 1949, and further study was conducted at the Plant Introduction Station in Ames, Iowa. It was...

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  • Orchardgrass Orchardgrass


    Sold by the PLS pound Orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata) is a cool season introduced perennial bunchgrass. Plants are 20-48 inches. It is one of the earliest grasses to initiate growth in the spring and makes tremendous growth during cool conditions. It...

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  • Prairie Junegrass

    Prairie Junegrass

    Sold by the PLS pound Prairie junegrass is a native, perennial, cool season tufted bunchgrass found on rangelands, plains and open forestlands. Adaptation Prairie junegrass is cold, heat and drought tolerant and grows on rangeland meadows, plains,...

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  • Pubescent Wheatgrass

    Pubescent Wheatgrass

    Sold by the PLS pound Pubescent Wheatgrass is an introduced species of Wheatgrass, brought into the United States from Eurasia in 1934. It is a long-lived, sod-forming, cool-season grass that is closely related to Intermediate Wheatgrass, but is more...

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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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