WI 327 Rare and Declining Habitat: CP25-D Dry Prairie 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: CP25-D Dry Prairie 20/20-mix Categories: , , , Tag:
Category: Seed Mixes, Conservation Mixes, Wisconsin Conservation Mixes, Upland
Type: Mix - Seed

Description

327 Rare and Declining Habitat

CP25-D Dry Prairie 20/20

% Botanical Name Common Name
12.54% Schizachyrium scoparium Little bluestem
5.01% Bouteloua curtipendula Side oats grama
7.52% Sorghastrum nutans Indian grass
4.18% Andropogon gerardii Big bluestem
5.22% Koeleria macrantha June grass
18.28% Sporobolus cryptandrus Sand dropseed
1.88% Dalea purpurea Purple prairie clover
0.13% Tradescantia ohiensis Spiderwort
1.46% Verbena stricta Hoary vervain
7.84% Triodanis perfoliata Venus’s looking glass
0.11% Desmanthus illinoensis Illinois sensitive plant
8.63% Penstemon hirsutus Hairy beardtongue
2.40% Rudbeckia hirta Black-eyed Susan
1.67% Oligoneuron album Stiff aster (goldenrod)
1.07% Oligoneuron rigidum Stiff goldenrod
3.53% Oenothera biennis Common evening primrose
0.78% Ratibida pinnata Yellow coneflower
0.28% Chamaecrista fasciculata Partridge pea
2.40% Rudbeckia hirta Black-eyed Susan
7.40% Solidago juncea Early goldenrod
6.01% Potentilla arguta Prairie cinquefoil
1.65% Monarda punctata Horse mint

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Wisconsin Conservation

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; subsitutions 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 Rare and Declining Habitat
  • Color
    Multiple
  • Region
    Upper Midwest, Wisconsin, Great Lakes
  • Height
    4'-7'
  • 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