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Plains Lovegrass

A perennial, warm season, native bunchgrass growing 15 to 36”’ tall. Poor grazing for wildlife, good grazing for livestock. Grows best on rich soils on rocky, gravelly or sandy land. Most commonly found throughout Southwest of the United States.

Plantmates Broadcast Spreader

Broadcast Spreader:

Evenly distributes seed, light weight fertilizer, granular and other materials.
Sturdy zip top canvas bag
Calibrated flow rate adjuster
Adjustable shoulder strap
Sturdy man made fibre strap
Stainless steel rate gate
Handy calibration chart
25lb. capacity (approximately)
Easy on/off controls

Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa)

Evergreen tree that grows quickly up to 150 feet tall. Trunks can grow up to 4 feet in diameter. Very long living and drought tolerant. Tree produces pine cones that can grow to be 6 inches long. Prefers full sun and moist soils; drought tolerant.


Popcorn Sedge

Synonyms: Small-Winged Sedge
A perennial herb with short rhizomes that grows up to 20” tall. Found in wet meadows, stream banks and springs throughout the western half of the US.


Poverty Rush

Synonyms: Path Rush
A cool season perennial herb with rhizomes that grows up to 24” tall. Found in sedge meadows, ditches and paths across the entire US.


Prairie Cordgrass

A perennial grass that grows up to 10 ft tall. Found in wet prairies, roadsides, marshy meadows and along stream, dams and drainages across most of the US with the exception of a few southern states.


Prairie Junegrass

A perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass that grows 12 to 30” tall. Persists in open woodlands and ponderosa pine at higher elevations. Use for revegetating rangeland, mine sites and other disturbed sites. Commonly found across southern Canada to Texas, California, and Washington.

Prairie Sage (Artemisia ludoviciana)

Very aromatic silvery-white perennial that grows up to 3 feet tall. Spreads quickly into large colonies by rhizomes. Small yellow flowers bloom from July to October attracting bees. This native plant thrives in dry soil and full sun; drought tolerant.


Prairie Sandreed

A long-lived perennial, warm season, native sod-forming grass growing 24 to 72” in height possessing rigid, leafy stems. Used mostly for range seedings in mixtures; prefers sandy sites and is drought tolerance and winter hardy. Prairie Sandreed is found in northern and central Great Plains and intermountain desertic basins plant growth regions.
Bowman | Goshen


Premium Irrigated Pasture Mix

A mixture of perennial, cool season grasses formulated with varieties that produce the highest quality and yielding forage. These grasses are palatable and excellent for grazing and hay production. Performs well in the Intermountain West as well as the High Plains of the Rocky Mountain region.

Prostrate Summer Cypress (Kochia prostrata)

Shrub growing up to 3 feet tall with gray-green branches and leaves. Its non-spreading root system and large deep taproot make this plant drought tolerant. Inconspicuous flowers bloom from summer to fall. Commonly used for erosion control.


Pubesent Wheatgrass

A long-lived perennial, cool season, introduced sod-forming grass 36 to 48”. The grass has basal type leaves and spreads by rhizomes. Its strongest asset is its ability to stay green into the summer months when soil moisture is adequate. It has adapted to a wide range of conditions, including low- fertility soils, and saline soil tolerant, making it drought and winter tolerant. Pubescent Wheatgrass yields high- quality hay and pasture grass.
Most common varieties are: Greenleaf | Luna | Mandan | Manska


Purple Three-Awn

A perennial, warm season, native bunchgrass that grows up to 16” in height. Deep rooted growing in well drained soils. It has good forage potential is good and provides grass cover in hot deserts of the southwest. Found across the western United States.



An annual, cool season, introduced cover grass. A sterile, non-reseeding, cross between wheat and cereal rye grass. Well adapted to a wide range of soil varieties. Used for reclamation and stabilization of disturbed areas. Adapted all across the United States.

Red Elderberry (Sambucus racemosa)

Native twiggy shrub that grows up to 12 feet tall. Small white flowers bloom in the spring followed by large clusters of small red berries. Red Elderberry attracts bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies. Livestock and game animals may browse.


Red Three-Awn

A perennial, warm season, native bunchgrass that grows 8 to 16” tall. Deep rooted growing in well drained soils. A very competitive grass, it is best suited for disturbed sites and for erosion control. Found across parts of the western United States.