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Establishing Perennial Species Brochure


Native & Introduced Varieties

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  • Alkali Sacaton


    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...

  • Big Bluestem

    Big Bluestem


    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


    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)


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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...

  • 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...

  • 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,...

  • Prairie Sandreed


    Sold by the PLS pound Prairie sandreed is a tall, coarse, stemmy, open, sod forming grass found on sandy soil sites in typically low precipitation zones. Its coarsely fibrous root system augmented by scaly, spreading rhizomes produces an effective sand...

  • 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...

  • Sand Bluestem

    Sand Bluestem


    Sold by the PLS pound Sand Bluestem, Andropogon hallii 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...

  • Sand Dropseed


    Sold by the PLS pound Sand dropseed is a long-lived perennial warm season bunchgrass, native throughout North America. Sand dropseed is extremely drought tolerant and is adapted to sites receiving 7 to 16 inches annual precipitation...