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Creeping Meadow Foxtail

A long-lived perennial, cool season, introduced sod-forming, grass that grows 12 to 24” tall. It is extremely winter hardy and recovers quickly from grazing due to its numerous aggressive underground rhizomes. Creeping Meadow Foxtail is palatable to all classes of livestock. Most commonly utilized throughout the Pacific Northwest, Intermountain West, Northern Great Plain States and western Canada.
Varieties:
Garrison

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Creeping Spikerush

A perennial, heavily rhizomatous wetland plant that grows up to 40” tall. Found in wet ditches, meadows and around lakes and ponds from the West Coast east to Michigan and south to Louisiana.

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Crested Wheatgrass

A long-lived perennial, cool season, introduced bunch type reaching 12 to 36” tall. Drought tolerant, and winter hardy grass with an deep rooted system making and excellent soil binder. Crested wheatgrass is commonly recommended for a palatable forage production. Crested wheatgrass is well adapted to stabilization of disturbed soils and does well on shallow to deep, moderately course to fine textured, moderately well to well drained soils. The grass commonly seeded in the arid sections of the western United States.
The Fairway type was first recognized in 1950 as being different than other crested types. Fairway is shorter, denser, finer stemmed, and less productive than Desert wheatgrass at lower elevations and may exceed Desert wheatgrass production at higher elevations. Newer varieties such as Eparaim and Roadcrest exhibit strong rhizone activity.
Fairway Type Varieties:
Douglas | Ephraim | Kirk | Parkway | Roadcrest | Ruff

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Dahurian Wildrye

A short-lived perennial, cool season, introduced bunchgrass that grows 12 to 60” tall. Dahurian Wildrye has a deep root system allowing good drought tolerance, preferring well drained fertile soils. It germinates quickly and regrows aggressively after cutting and grazing, thus providing excellent palatable forage and making it common in pasture mixes. Located in the Northeast, Midwest, and Northwestern United States.

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Dark Green Bulrush

A perennial herb with short rhizomes that grows up to 60” tall. Found in wet meadows, bogs and along streams throughout eastern parts of the US.

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Desert Needlegrass

A perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass that grows at least 24” tall. It grows well in rocky, dry or sandy areas of the desert making it very drought tolerant. Primary use is for revegetation or landscape. Found across the southwest desert of the US and used in restoration seedings in the more arid portions of the Great Basin.

Desert Saltbush (Atriplex polycarpa)

Evergreen shrub capable of growing up to 6 feet high by 6 feet wide. Silver-green foliage is palatable to wildlife and livestock. Greenish-brown flowers bloom from summer to fall, followed by tan seeds. Great option for erosion control.

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Desert Wheatgrass

A perennial, cool season, introduced bunchgrass 1 to 3 feet. It is later maturing and more productive than Crested Wheatgrass. More drought tolerant than crested or fairway, but less than the Siberian type. Found in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region.
Desert Type Varieties:
Nordan | Summit

Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis)

Deciduous shrub or tree capable of growing 20-30 feet tall. Known for its strong trunk, scaly dark brown bark, and hairy and sticky twigs. Blooming from April to August, the Desert Willow produces white orchid-like flowers with purple to pink throats. Fruit containing tan seeds with dual hair wings matures in autumn, and remains on the tree until spring. Prefers full sun and well drained soils; drought tolerant.

Desert Zinnia (Zinnia acerosa)

Small shrub growing up to 10 inches tall. White flowers bloom from spring to fall attracting bees. Prefers full sun and dry, rocky soils; drought-tolerant.

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.

 

 

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Douglas Sedge

A perennial herb with long slender rhizomes that grows up to 12” tall. Found on wet or dry prairies and ditches in the Intermountain west of the US.