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Red Top

A perennial, cool season, introduced sod-forming grass growing to 30 or 40” tall. A coarse but fairly dense turf that has slender stems. It will grow under a wide variety of soil and moisture conditions; is drought- resistant and also grows well on poorly drained soils. Redtop is used for erosion control, pastures, temporary grass in turf seedings and occasionally
for hay. It is distributed throughout most of the United States.
Varieties:
Streaker

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Reed Canarygrass

A long-lived perennial, cool season, introduced sod-forming grass reaching a height of 6 to 8 feet. The extensive, rhizomatous root system protects it from drought, but is also suited to wet soils and dense growth of coarse erect stems, providing excellent erosion control, especially along stream banks, shorelines and waterways. It can be found throughout the west, north, and northeastern United States.
Varieties:
Chiefton | Palaton

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Regreen

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

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River Bulrush

A stout, perennial herb from a thick rhizome that grows 12 to 60” tall. Found in swamps, sloughs, around ponds and lakes and along rivers throughout the upper Midwest and northeast US.

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Rocky Mountain Fescue

A long-lived perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass. Cold and drought tolerant, it persists on fertile, silty and clayey soils, growing in well-drained meadows, sub-humid grassland sites. Rocky Mountain Fescue may be used on rangeland or erosion control on mine sites. Common at higher, subalpine and alpine elevations in the Rocky Mountains and the Northwest of the United States.

Rocky Mountain Juniper (Juniperus scopulorum)

Evergreen shrub that grows from 30 to 40 feet tall. Coloring ranges from blue-green to light green. Produces dark blue berries and small cones. Attracts butterflies and many different kinds of wildlife.

Rocky Mountain Native Mix

Rocky Mountain Native 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.

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Rocky Mountain Planter’s Kit

Rocky Mountain Planters Kit is a blend of all 3 products: Biosol Forte, Menefee Humate & MycoApply All Purpose Granular. The kit is great for smaller areas such as gardens and flower beds
The kit covers 1500-2000 sq ft.
The kit can trouble shoot almost any soil problem.
Premixed and easy to use. 20 lb Biosol, 10 lb humate and ½ lb All Purpose mycorrhizae
For larger areas the mix ratio is 100 lb Biosol, 50 lb humate and 1 lb All purpose mycorrhizae

Call for pricing and availability

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Rothrock’s Grama

A perennial, warm season, native bunchgrass that grows 6 to 12” tall. It is drought tolerant thriving on poor rocky soils. Used for reclamation in parts of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico.

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Rough Bluegrass

A perennial, cool season, introduced grass that spreads by stolons and forms dense, thick patches. The leaf blades are upright at first, but tend to lay down and mat as the patches become older. It is capable of withstanding a considerable amount of shade if sufficient moisture is present. Rough bluegrass is considered a nuisance in the Rocky Mountain region but can be a beneficial grass in other parts of the US.

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Rough Fescue

A perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass averaging 12 to 14” in height. The basal leaves have a purple coloration and are firm, rough and tightly enrolled. Thrives on sandy loams to moderately- heavy soils thus the highest producing bunchgrass in the mountain grasslands. It is not tolerant of any extremes in soil salinity or acidity, or drought tolerant. It can be found in open mountain grasslands to the foothills and northern prairie.

Russet Buffaloberry (Shepherdia canadensis)

Shrub that grows from 3 to 8 feet tall and equally as tall. Grows best in dry to moist soils, even tolerating very poor soil. Can withstand full sun, partial shade, and shade. Native with small yellow flowers that bloom in the spring, followed by small red berries, and silvery foliage.

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Russian Wildrye

A long-lived perennial, cool season, introduced bunchgrass reaching 2 to 4 feet in height. It can be grown on a fairly wide range of soil types, but is most productive on fertile loam soils to heavy clay soils. Russian Wildrye is exceptionally cold and drought tolerant and is one of the most versatile forage grasses available for dryland pastures. Established in the Rocky Mountain region.
Varieties:
Bozoisky | Swift | Vinall

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Sand Blustem

A perennial, warm season, native bunch grass and in the best growing conditions it can reach 7 feet in height. It is often used in erosion control plantings on sandy, loamy sand or sandy loam sites. Sand Bluestem is a good to excellent forage due to its palatability and high yield. Predominantly found west of the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains and from Canada to Mexico.
Varieties:
Elida | Garden County | Goldstrike | Woodward