Herbicide Tolerant Tall Grass Wet-Mesic Prairie

A great fit for areas where weed control is essential. Contains many of your favorite grasses and wildflowers. This mix is designed for tolerance to PlateauĀ® herbicide, be sure to read and follow the product label.

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SKU: Herbicide Tolerant Tall Grass Wet-Mesic Prairie-mix Categories: , , , , Tag:
Category: Seed Mixes, Landscaping, Special Use, Wet Places, Wildlife Mixes
Type: Mix - Seed

Description

Herbicide Tolerant Tall Grass Wet-Mesic Prairie

% seed psf Botanical Name Common Name
15.90% Carex annectens Yellow-fruited sedge
14.84% Carex scoparia Broom sedge
29.69% Elymus virginicus Virginia wild rye
21.20% Andropogon gerardii Big bluestem
7.42% Panicum virgatum Switch grass
1.17% Spartina pectinata Prairie cord grass
5.83% Symphyotrichum novae-angliae New England aster
1.16% Symphyotrichum lanceolatum Panicled aster
0.88% Bidens frondosa Common beggar’s ticks
0.31% Senna hebecarpa Wild senna
0.62% Coreopsis tripteris Tall coreopsis
0.97% Desmodium canadense Showy tick trefoil

Average price per acre: $275
For orders greater than 5 acres, contact us for discount pricing.

 

A great fit for areas where weed control is essential. Contains many of your favorite grasses and wildflowers. This mix is designed for tolerance to PlateauĀ® herbicide, be sure to read and follow the product label.

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
    Wet Places
  • Region
    Upper Midwest, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Mid Atlantic
  • Height
    5-7'
  • Bloom Period
    Middle-Late
  • Habitat
    Wet, Mesic
  • 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