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Apache Plume (Fallugia paradoxa)

Apache Plume has white rose-like flowers with yellow centers that attract bees and butterflies. Silvery puffs of fruit grow surrounded by pink feather-like plumes. Rather thick shrubs with intertangled, twiggy branches.


Aquatic Sedge

Synonyms: Water Sedge
A perennial herb that grows 8 to 32” tall. Found in large meadows in high montane or around ponds and streams at lower elevations across the northern US.


Arizona Cottontop

A perennial, warm season, native bunchgrass that grows 12 to 24” tall. It is a green to bluish-green in color and has adapted to a variety of soils from clay loam to sandy loam as well as loose gravelly soils. Primarily used for in revegetation of eroded rangelands, retired croplands, and to provide forage for wildlife and livestock. Common in the Southwest, from southern Colorado to Texas, Arizona, and northern Mexico.


Arizona Fescue

A long-lived, perennial, cool season native densely tufted bunchgrass growing 12 to 36” tall. Found on shallow clay loam to loam and sandy to gravely soils. A heavy root system is an excellent soil binder. Suited for revegetating and stabilizing disturbed soils, road, ski slopes and construction in the mountains. Moderately palatable, can be used for forage and range land restoration. Native to the ponderosa pine zone from Colorado to south to west Texas, Mexico and Nevada.


Baltic Rush

A cool season wire-like rush, growing up to 32” tall, with numerous rhizomes. Baltic rush is the most common of the rushes found in the Intermountain West. It occurs most abundantly at low to mid elevations. It can be found on a variety of soils, ranging from silt and clay loams to coarser sandy substrates.

Basin Big Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata ssp. Tridentata)

Evergreen shrub ranging in size from 2 feet tall to as large as 13 feet tall. The spreading branches are covered with bluish-green-yellow leaves and green flowers. Flowers bloom from summer to fall. Grows well in full sun and dry soils.




Beaked Sedge

A cool season sod-forming perennial that grows 40” tall. Found along streams, around lakes and ponds, wet meadows, swamps, from sea level to the mountains. Distributed across northern parts of the US.

Bearberry (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi)

Trailing evergreen that is a great option for groundcover; prefers full sun and dry to moist soils. Small white flowers bloom in the spring followed by red berries that may persist until winter. Bearberry attracts bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and is palatable to wildlife.


Beardless Bluebunch Wheatgrass

A perennial, cool season, native, erect bunchgrass, 12 to 30” tall, often with short rhizomes. It has a wide spectrum of adaptations. It is found on all aspects on mountain slopes, benches, basins, or alluvial fans, and in valley bottoms. Adapted to a wide variety of soils, but is found mostly in well- drained, medium to coarse textures soils which vary in depth from shallow to very deep.


Beardless Wildrye

A perennial, cool season, native sod-forming grass. It is typically at least 20” tall with strong rhizomes. This grass grows on mostly heavy soils in riparian areas, bottomlands, valleys, foothills, mountain flats and meadows from coastal marshes to high elevations. Beardless Wildrye is used for soil stabilization on channel, stream and river slopes and restoration of roadside, riparian and rangeland areas. It is also a good source of forage.


Bebb’s Sedge

A cool season perennial bunchgrass that grows up to 32” tall. Commonly found in wet meadows across northern parts of the US.


Beckmann’s Sloughgrass

Synonyms: American Sloughgrass
A cool season short-lived perennial that grows up to 24” tall. Found along streams, in marshes, around ponds and lakes, in wet roadside ditches. Distributed across northern parts of the US.


Big Bluegrass

A long-lived perennial, cool season, native, bunchgrass growing 24 to 48” high. It is a tall, tufted grass that is remarkably drought resistant. Known for high production of palatable forage making it a very valuable range grass.
Big Bluegrass is the largest of the native bluegrasses found in the intermountain zone of the north- west states.


Big Bluestem

A perennial, warm season, native tufted, sod-forming grass. It is tall, reaching a height of 6 to 8 feet on most sites when left ungrazed. It has short, scaly rhizomes and seed heads that normally have 3 spikelets that appear like a ‘turkey foot.’ Occurring from the short grass prairie region to the Atlantic Ocean.
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