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Biodegradable Double Net Straw-Coconut Blanket

8 ft. by 112 ft.

Covers 900 sq. ft

2:1 Slopes

100% biodegradable erosion blanket made of 70% straw and 30% coconut fiber. Degradable netting provides erosion protection for up to 24 months.   Designed to be used on gradual to steep slopes and are available for both short term biodegradable applications and long-term soil stabilization.


Biodegradable Single Net Straw Blanket

8 ft. by 112 ft.

Covers 900 sq. ft.

4:1 – 3:1 Slopes

100% biodegradable straw fiber erosion control blanket designed for use on mild slopes and channel applications requiring erosion control for up to 12 months depending on environmental conditions.


Biosol Forte 7-2-1

Biosol Forte is a Fermented Plant Based Organic Fertilizer and soil amendment.

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Birch-Leaf Mountain Mahogany (Cercocarpus montanus)

Small tree or shrub with dark green and silver foliage fuzzy foliage. Inconspicuous flowerings happens in the spring. Following the flowers, the plant produces feathery, silver-white fruits that are spiral-shaped from Spring to Fall. Wildlife are attracted to the fragrant foliage.

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Black Grama

A perennial warm season, native sod-forming bunches, growing 12 to 24” tall. It grows in large patches and spreads by stolons. One of the best, most nutritious grasses, producing an abundance of forage. It remains palatable and nutritious throughout the year. Seed production is low, this grass is difficult to reestablish once it has disappeared from a range.

Black Sagebrush (Artemisia nova)

Black Sagebrush is an evergreen native shrub growing 10 to 18 inches tall. Plant has light green foliage and brown flowers that bloom from August to September. Prefers well drained dry soil and full sun.


Black Sedge

A cool season rhizomatous perennial that grows up to 30” tall. Persists in wet, open habitat including roadsides and swales. Found across parts of northeastern US and Michigan.

Blackbrush (Coleogyne ramosissima)

Native, cool season shrub with many greenish-yellow flowers. Blackbrush attracts bees and butterflies. Grows well in partial sun to full sun.



Bladder Sedge

A cool season perennial bunchgrass that grows up to 40” tall. Found in moist woods, meadows and bogs across eastern parts of the US.


Blue Grama

A common perennial, warm season, native bunchgrass reaching 10 to 20”. It reproduces by tillering and by seed. Mature seed heads are curved, resembling a human eyebrow. This grass demonstrates good drought, fair salinity, and moderate alkalinity tolerances. It does not tolerate dense shade, flooding, a high water table, or acid soils. Blue Grama is distributed throughout the western United States, but primarily throughout the Great Plains.
Alma | Bad River | Hachita | Lovington

Blue Paloverde (Parkinsonia florida)

Leafless throughout most of the year as the bluish-green bark and twigs perform photosynthesis. Produces bright green leaves, yellow flowers, and brown seed pods. Flowers attract bees; wildlife browse on the twigs and seed pods.  Prefers full sun and dry soils; doesn’t need any watering after established.


Blue Wildrye

A large perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass growing up to 5′ in height. It is similar in stature and growth habit to slender wheatgrass. Blue Wildrye is good for streambank restoration, meadow and swale seeding. It is also excellent for reseeding burned or disturbed areas in oak woodland or forest. Found from California to Alaska and into the Great Plains and northern Mexico.
Arlington | Elkton


Bluebunch Wheatgrass

A long-lived perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass that grows to 18 to 48” tall with strong rhizomes. It is very drought resistant, persistent and adapted to stabilization of disturbed soils. This nutritious grass is used for hay production, but is better suited and more palatable when used for grazing. Most common to the northern Great Plains and the Intermountain regions of the western United States.
Anatone | Goldar | P-7 | Secar


Bluejoint Reedgrass

A sod-forming cool season perennial that grows 20 to 48” tall. Found in lowland wet sites, semi-shaded woodlands and windswept alpine ridges across the US except for southeast parts.


Bottlebrush Sedge

A stout, clump-forming perennial that grows 4 to 40” tall. Bottlebrush sedge is found in shallow marshes, bogs and shores of lakes and streams throughout most of the US.