Solar Field Basics (Native and Naturalized Seed Mix – Poorly Drained Ground)

Designed for any scale solar field with a blend of native and naturalized grasses and flowering species. This mix is heavy on grasses to facilitate weed management and control erosion. Consider adding our Solar Field Pollinator Enhancement Mix to areas receiving full or part day sun to make your solar field do double duty as a pollinator and honeybee yard.

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Category: Seed Mixes, Solar Field Seed Mix, Upland, Wet Places, Solar
Type: Mix - Seed

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Solar Field Basics
Native and Naturalized Seed Mix – Poorly Drained Ground

% seed psf Botanical Name Common Name
21.60% Lolium multiflorum Annual rye
2.85% Carex annectens Yellow-fruited sedge
1.08% Carex bebbii Bebb’s sedge
2.66% Carex scoparia Broom sedge
12.69% Carex vulpinoidea Fox sedge, Brown fox sedge
4.26% Elymus virginicus Virginia wild rye
30.45% Juncus dudleyi Dudley’s rush
4.88% Phleum pratense Timothy
2.18% Trifolium pratense Red clover
1.90% Annuals for sun Annual flower
0.09% Chamaecrista fasciculata Partridge pea
9.52% Lythrum alatum Winged loosestrife
5.84% Rudbeckia hirta Black-eyed Susan

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Designed for any scale solar field with a blend of native and naturalized grasses and flowering species. This mix is heavy on grasses to facilitate weed management and control erosion. Consider adding our Solar Field Pollinator Enhancement Mix to areas receiving full or part-day sun to make your solar field do double duty as a pollinator and honeybee yard.

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
    Special Use
  • Region
    Upper Midwest, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Mid Atlantic
  • Height
    1'-3'
  • Bloom Period
    Early-Middle-Late
  • Habitat
    Savanna, Mesic, Wet
  • 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