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Sharp Bros. Seed Co. Native & Introduced GrassesSharp Bros. Seed Co. produces seed for many of the native grass, forb and legume species that are part of the natural landscape from the Atlantic Seaboard, westward through the Rocky Mountains and Great Basin.

Establishing Perennial Species from seed in temperate climates

We specialize in providing many genotypes of these species to best fit the many environments, soil types and establishment conditions that occur throughout this massive geographic area. Nature’s answer to the need for drought tolerance, flooding, soil stabilization and livestock forage are found in the warehouses of Sharp Bros. Seed Co. Healy, Kansas.

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In business since 1958, Sharp Bros. Seed Co. applies decades of experience and an industry leading processing facility in the demanding, specialized work of growing, harvesting, drying and conditioning these native seeds. Their administrative staff provides thorough documentation to meet the needs of conservationists, ranchers and engineers. The Sharp Bros. Seed sales staff has decades of native species experience, including soil stabilization and conservation, seedling establishment, wildlife habitat and pasture establishment. Sharp Bros. Seed Co. is ready to meet your needs for quality seed and quality advice. 

If you aren't sure what type of grass will fit your needs best, give us a call! We can create a specialty mix that fits your needs!

Native Grass

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  • Alkali Sacaton

    $33.30

    Sold by the PLS pound Botanical Name: Sporobolus airoides Alkali Sacaton wis a native perennial large bunchgrass found in the western half of the U.S. Grows up to 20-60 inches tall, and found in nonsaline coarse, medium, and fine textures soils...

  • Badger Dirt Mix

    $105.75

    Select Quantity (Number of Acres) You're PlantingSold by 10 PLS pounds per acre  Badger Dirt a low growing grass mix adapted to revegetation of sites with exposed soil, high ph, and high calcium subsoils.  Growth will rarely exceed...

  • Big Bluestem

    Big Bluestem

    $17.00

    Sold by the PLS pound Botanical Name: Andropogon gerardiiCultivars: Goldmine, Kaw, Pawnee, Native 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...

  • Blue Grama

    Blue Grama

    $12.00

    Sold by the PLS pound Botanical Name: Bouteloua gracilisCultivars: Bad River, Hachita, Lovington, NativeHeight: 12-18 InchesSpread: 6-12 InchesUSDA Hardiness Zone: 4-7 Bouteloua gracilis: Blue Grama Grass is a major,...

  • Buffalograss (Range Quality)

    $17.30

    Sold by the PLS pound Botanical Name: Buchloe dactyloidesCultivars: Sharp's Improved, TexokaHeight: 12-18 InchesSpread: 6-12 InchesUSDA Hardiness Zone: 4-7 Buffalo grass is a warm season grass and Buffalograss has superior...

  • Canada Wildrye

    Canada Wildrye

    $10.20

    Sold by the PLS pound   Botanical Name: Elymus canadensis   Canada Wildrye 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...

  • Creeping Foxtail

    $14.50

    Sold by the PLS pound Creeping foxtail, Alopecurus arundinaceus 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 or...

  • Intermediate Wheatgrass

    $4.25

    Sold by the PLS pound Botanical Name: Thinopyrum intermediumHeight: 36-48 inches  Intermediate Wheatgrass has fairly slow re-growth following clipping and is best adapted to single crop- haying situations (where rainfall patterns or...

  • Little Bluestem

    Little Bluestem

    $12.00

    Sold by the PLS pound Botanical Name: Schizachyrium ScopariumCultivars: Aldous, Blaze, Camper, Cimarron, NativeHeight: 24-36 InchesSpread: 12-15 InchesUSDA Hardiness Zone 5 - 9 Little Bluestem is a valuable summer forage grass in...

  • Meadow Brome

    $5.80

    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...

  • Medium Grass Mix - Hardland Soil

    $52.50

    Select Quantity (Number of Acres) You're PlantingSold by 4.5 PLS pounds per acre Medium Grass Mix Hardland Soil: A mixture of native warm season grasses that range in height from 4”-36” and have an array of interesting seed heads produced...

  • Medium Grass Mix - Sandy Soil

    $45.00

    Select Quantity (Number of Acres) You're PlantingSold by 4.5 PLS pounds per acre Medium Grass Mix Sandy Soil: A mixture of native warm season grasses that range in height from 4”-36” and have an array of interesting seed heads produced...

  • Orchardgrass

    Orchardgrass

    $6.40

    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...

  • PM6 - Irrigated Pasture Mix

    PM6 - Irrigated Pasture Mix

    $98.00

    Select Quantity (Number of Acres) You're PlantingSold by 25 Bulk pounds PM6 is the most popular cool season grazing mix on the central Plains. Presently used on thousands of acres, some stands being decades-old. This blend's broad-based site...

  • Sharp Bros. Seed Co.'s PM7- Horse Candy Mix has been specially created to produce a hardy forage. Typically irrigated in Western Kansas.

    PM7 - Horse Candy

    $82.00

      Select Quantity (Number of Acres) You're PlantingSold by 25 Bulk pounds Producers have found this hardy mix to be more productive than single species plantings. Best adapted to well-drained dryland soils east of Interstate 35. Highly digestible,...