For Well-Drained Loam, Sandy Loam and Clay Loam Soils.
A low growing prairie meadow for a variety of situations - this mix is perfect for urban and suburban landscapes. The majority of the flowers grows no taller than two feet high with a few flowers and grasses rising up to three feet. During summer, the grasses stay low, and play a supporting role as the flowers put on their colorful show. In fall, the flowers turn over center stage to the grasses, which then send up their delicate seedheads and turn bronze, gold and copper with the first frosts.
Lavender Hyssop, Nodding Pink Onion, Butterflyweed, Sky Blue Aster, Smooth Aster, Lanceleaf Coreopsis, White Prairie Clover, Purple Prairie Clover, Shootingstar, Purple Coneflower, Prairie Blazingstar, Wild Quinine, Smooth Penstemon, Black Eyed Susan, Ohio Goldenrod, Stiff Goldenrod, Showy Goldenrod, Ohio Spiderwort, Golden AlexandersGrasses:
Sideoats Grama, Little Bluestem, Prairie Dropseed
Contains at least 15 wildflowers and 2 or more grasses.
Establishing a native plant community from seed can take 3 years or more, read our Seed Mix Establishment Guide.
All seed is Pure Live Seed (PLS). One PLS pound is defined as the weight of seed required to equal one pound of 100% pure, germinable seed. This is calculated based upon each seed lot's purity and germination tests. We track the ecotype origin of our seed inventory and provide this information at customer request.