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Metal Staples

Metal Staples used for erosion control blankets

6″ x 11′ gauge (1,000 per box)

8″ x 8″ gauge (500 per box)

Mexican Cliffrose (Purshia mexicana)

Drought-tolerant shrub that attracts butterflies, bees and many different kinds of wildlife. Prefers full sun. Blooms with small white and yellow flowers through the summer, and if moist enough, may continue to bloom into the fall.


Mountain Brome

A short-lived, perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass growing 3 to 4 feet tall. Prefers deep, fertile, mesic soils of medium to fine textures, but also survives on thin, dry or coarse soils, resulting in lower production levels. It is winter hardy and has good shade tolerance and fair tolerance to fire. Well adapted to the Northwestern regions, the foothills and mountains of the Intermountain West and some Midwestern States.
Bromar, Garnet

Mountain Gooseberry (Ribes montigenum)

Evergreen shrub with hairy, densely packed leaves. An abundance of pink flowers bloom all over the plant in the summer. Following the flowers, the plant produces small red berries. Berries have little hairs all over them and are edible, however they don’t taste great to humans. Wildlife finds the fruit very palatable.

Mountain Mix

Mountain Mix

A mixture of grasses adapted to higher elevations. A very good mix for mountain pasture and meadows as well as soil stabilization for ski slopes and construction sites.

Mountain Snowberry (Symphoricarpos oreophilus)

Evergreen shrub growing up to 6 feet high native to Colorado. Pink flowers bloom from spring to summer. Small white berries grow following the flowers. Prefers partial shade and moist soil.

Multi-Color High Altitude Mix

Multi-Color High Altitude Mix

A mixture of low growing cool season grasses and native wildflowers. This mix is excellent from 5,000 to 9,000 feet in elevation. Wildflowers will bloom in late spring through summer and into the fall.

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Munro Globemallow (Sphaeralcea munroana)

A perennial with apricot-orange flowers with gray-green leaves and stems. Blooms May to August, and grows upright, vase-like shrub, to 2–4′ high and across. Prefers full sun, can grow in any well-drained soil. Very drought tolerant. It has been found to be poisonous to cattle. Established in desert plains and the high desert, rocky and disturbed areas; native to the Western US.



A long-lived perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass that usually grows 12 to 24” tall. Leaves are 2 to 12” long, growing largely from the base of the plant has clusters of small silvery pink flowers. It is closely related to Cusick’s Bluegrass. This is a common grass of open woodland and forested areas and commonly used for grazing. Grown on a wide range of elevation and ranges on the Western part of the United States.

MycoApply® Ultrafine Endo

MycoApply® Ultrafine Endo is a suspendable powder mycorrhizal inoculum consisting of 4 species of endomycorrhizal fungi. About 85% of the world’s plant species form symbiotic relationships with this type of symbiotic soil fungus. These beneficial fungi greatly increase the effective rooting area of plants, thereby enhancing plant growth, vigor, and tolerance of environmental extremes. MycoApply® Ultrafine Endo is a concentrated, fine, suspendable material with a particle size less than 300 microns (will pass a #50 screen) containing mycorrhizal propagules, which colonize roots and extend into the surrounding soil forming an essential link between plants and soil resources. Increasing the rooting area allows improved access to water and nutrients, promoting plant quality and crop performance.

Suspendable Powder Formulation:
• 4 species Endomycorrhizae
• Glomus intraradices, Glomus mosseae, Glomus aggregatum, Glomus etunicatum
• 130,000 Endomycorrhizal Propagules per lb.

Package Options:
• 1 lb. Bags *NEW* (1 lb. per 7ac)

Narrowleaf Yucca (Yucca glauca)

Evergreen shrub with dagger-like leaves and a 4 foot tall flowering stalk. Greenish-white flowers bloom during the summer attracting bees and butterflies leaving behind seed capsules full of long black seeds that attract many different birds and wildlife. Prefers full sun and dry to moist soils.

Native Wonder Mix

A mixture of warm season grasses featuring Bowie Turf-Type Buffalograss and Blue Grama. Native to the Great Plains, these grasses are ideal for those desiring a true native lawn with that “back to nature” look. Very heat and drought tolerant.

Grows 10-20 inches tall if unmown. Requires little to no maintenance. Persists in elevations up to 6,800 ft.

Seeding Rate:
For New Seeding
3-4 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. or up to
10 lbs. 1000 sq. ft.
For Over-seeding
1-2 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.


Nebraska Sedge

A cool season perennial with numerous rhizomes that grows 10 to 30” tall. Found on swamps, wet streambanks and wet swales throughout the Intermountain and Pacific Northwest.


Needle & Thread Grass

A perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass growing 12 to 36” tall. It is without rhizomes, erect to ascending growing, and its seed has a sharp attachment point with beards near the point, and is very drought tolerant. It has adapted to excessively drained, sandy or gravelly soils and also to shallow or deep sandy loam, fine sandy loam, or even clays that are shallow to deep. It is widely distributed throughout the Western United States.


Needle Grama

An annual, warm season, native bunchgrass that grows 6 to 12” tall. Use for erosion control on unstable soils. Persists on dry hillsides across the higher deserts of Arizona, southern California and northern Mexico.