KS 327 Conservation Cover (CP43 Prairie Strips – Dry Mesic 20/20)

NRCS requirements may change based on your area easement specialist. Be sure to verify this mix meets your project requirement with the local NRCS rep.

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SKU: CP43 Prairie Strips - Dry Mesic 20/20-mix-1 Categories: , , , , Tag:
Category: Seed Mixes, Conservation Mixes, Kansas Conservation Mixes, Pollinator, Upland
Type: Mix - Seed

Description

KS 327 Conservation Cover
CP43 Prairie Strips – Dry Mesic 20/20

% seed psf Botanical Name Common Name
6.76% Andropogon gerardii Big bluestem
5.40% Bouteloua curtipendula Side oats grama
2.34% Elymus canadensis Canada wild rye
9.46% Panicum virgatum Switch grass
10.13% Schizachyrium scoparium Little bluestem
16.21% Sorghastrum nutans Indian grass
0.30% Chamaecrista fasciculata Partridge pea
0.24% Desmanthus illinoensis Illinois sensitive plant
0.09% Heliopsis helianthoides False sunflower
3.94% Heuchera richardsonii Prairie alum root
1.18% Monarda fistulosa Wild bergamot
0.76% Monarda punctata Horse mint
2.53% Oenothera biennis Common evening primrose
3.74% Solidago speciosa Showy goldenrod
1.62% Oligoneuron rigidum Stiff goldenrod
9.71% Potentilla arguta Prairie cinquefoil
9.58% Pycnanthemum tenuifolium Slender mountain mint
4.92% Rudbeckia hirta Black-eyed Susan
7.43% Solidago nemoralis Old-field goldenrod
1.80% Symphyotrichum oolentangiense Sky-blue aster
1.69% Triodanis perfoliata Venus’s looking glass
0.15% Zizia aurea Golden alexanders

Average price per acre: $220
For orders greater than 5 acres, contact us for discount pricing.

 

NRCS requirements may change based on your area easement specialist. Be sure to verify this mix meets your project requirement with the local NRCS rep.

Mix may vary due to availability; substitutions will be made based on ecological function.

Prices vary based on genotypic (origin) requirements.

Species may be adjusted for regional appropriateness.

More Details

  • Common Name
    327 Conservation Cover
  • Color
    Multiple
  • Region
    Great Plains, Kansas, Lower Midwest
  • Height
    3'-5'
  • Bloom Period
    Early-Middle-Late
  • Habitat
    Mesic, Dry
  • Shade Tolerant
    Yes
  • Pollinators
    Yes
  • Do they attact Birds or Butterflies
    Yes
  • Appropriate for Rain Garden, Swale and Basin
    Yes
  • Salt Tolerant
    Yes
  • Walnut Tree Compatible
    Yes
  • Appropriate for Erosion Control
    Yes