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Douglas County Perm Mix

This native mixture contains cool and warm season grasses that are well adapted to the soils of front range area. It is very drought tolerant once it is established. Seed at 9.2 PLS Lbs. per acre.

 

 

Foothills Mix

Foothills Mix

A mixture developed for elevations of 3,000 to 8,000 feet to provide natural cover under dryland conditions. Contains both cool and warm season grasses adapted to the Western Great Plains and Southwest region. Has excellent cold and drought tolerance. Good for soil stabilization on poor soils.

Low Grow Mix

A mixture of perennial, cool season, drought tolerant, grasses suitable for areas where mowing is difficult or not desirable. It grows an average of 8-12 inches a year with normal rain fall in the Intermountain region and the Desert Southwest, grows up to 10,000 ft. This mix is a great soil stabilizer and it is very compatible with our wildflower mixes. For new seeding, broadcast at 20-25Lbs./acre or drilled at 15-20Lbs. /acre. For over-seeding, broadcast at 10-15Lbs./acre or drilled at 5-10Lbs./acre.

Native Wonder Mix

A mixture of warm season grasses featuring Bowie Turf-Type Buffalograss and Blue Grama. Native to the Great Plains, these grasses are ideal for those desiring a true native lawn with that “back to nature” look. Very heat and drought tolerant.

Characteristics:
Grows 10-20 inches tall if unmown. Requires little to no maintenance. Persists in elevations up to 6,800 ft.

Seeding Rate:
For New Seeding
3-4 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. or up to
10 lbs. 1000 sq. ft.
For Over-seeding
1-2 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.