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Andropogon geradii - Big Bluestem
A wam season grass that has a beautiful fall color
$32.50
Bouteloua curtipendula - Side-oats Grama
A rarity among native grasses in that it sports tiny attractive flowers during its summer bloom time (see detailed photos
$32.50
Bromus kalmii - Prairie Brome
Calamagrostis canadensis - Blue Joint Grass
One of the most abundant native grasses in the United States
$32.50
Carex bebbii - Bebb's Oval Sedge
Grows during cool soil temperatures in the spring and the fall
$32.50
Carex hystericina - Porcupine Sedge
Fine-leaved sedge for wet soils and full sun
$32.50
Carex vulpinoidea - Brown Fox Sedge
One of the most abundant and easy to grow sedges in the United States
$32.50
Elymus canadensis - Canada Wild Rye
One of the earliest grasses to be prevalent throughout a planting
$32.50
Hierochloe odorata - Sweet Grass
Juncus effusus - Common Rush
Juncus tenuis - Path Rush
Actively grows during the spring and fall when soil temperatures are cool
$32.50
Koeleria cristata - June Grass
This native, widely-distributed prairie grass will flower earlier than many other upland prairie grasses. Its plumes of silvery-green seed heads turn tan by mid-summer.
$32.50
Panicum virgatum - Switch Grass
Switch Grass is most attractive in its later stages, from the emerging, purple cloud-like seed heads mid-summer to dried golden foliage in fall
$32.50
Sorghastrum nutans - Indian Grass
Indian Grass is one of the first warm season grasses to form seeds and they are rich clusters of bronze colored seed. Golden stems and large seed heads provide ample color and texture to plantings and birds will enjoy the seeds come fall.
$32.50
Spartina pectinata - Cord Grass
Cord Grass is a warm season grass; it actively grows during the summer when soil temperatures are warm.
$32.50
Sporobolus heterolepis - Northern Dropseed
A wonderful tussock-forming growth habit; takes on a nice golden hue all throughout the fall and winter.
$32.50
Bouteloua gracilis - Blue Grama
A rarity among native grasses in that it sports tiny attractive flowers during its summer bloom time (see detailed photos
$32.50

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