Excellent for prairie and conservation mixtures. Provides cover and food for wildlife. Indiangrass is a warm-season bunchgrass that is native to central and eastern North America. The beautiful, plume-like seed heads are very ornamental.
It also provides good nesting habitat, cover and food for many different types of wildlife. Alamo originates from Live Oak County, Texas. It is late maturing and was developed as a renewable biofuel resource for the southern U.S. Recommended for pasture...
A “cream pea” type variety, they are generally used at the fresh shelling stage. Texas Cream is very similarly to ‘Sadandy' but the peas are slightly larger. Heavy yielding Southern pea great for fresh shelling.
Provides quality forage for livestock and wildlife. It is typically found in prairies, open woods, fields and disturbed sites. It tends to be short-lived but provides quick stabilization for erosion control seedings, and it makes a good, early successional...
In heavily forested regions it grows in open areas and breaks in the canopy. The plant grows from a rhizome. Depending on environmental conditions it may reach 30 centimetres (12 in) to 1.5 metres (4.9 ft) in mature height.
It weighs 46lb per cubic foot and is used mainly in fencing and as a fuel, where it yields considerably more heat than most woods. * The wood is heavy and close grained but soft and brittle, which limits its use.
Can grow up to 10 feet tall. Egyptian Wheat is well suited for game birds, especially quail. A tall growing wheat that is great cover for game birds! Egyptian Wheat is a tall growing wheat that bears loose seed heads containing an abundance of seed.
Also helps to protect flower bulbs at fall planting. Prevent moles and pocket gophers from tearing up your lawn. Apply this effective and easy-to-use poison bait in underground and active tunnels and burrows.
* A climbing vine with small, greenish-white flowers in small loose clusters in axils of large leaves; each leafstalk attached just inside leaf's edge. It occurs in thickets, moist woods, and the banks of streams.
Can also be used as a dormant spray for overwintering pests. Also controls fungal diseases like black spot, leaf spot, scab, and mildew. Neem oil, derived from the Neem seed, may be safely used on a wide range of plants and trees — including vegetables,...
Application varies by plant and pest, so follow the label for specific instructions. Recommended for fruit trees, nut trees, berry plants, grapes, citrus, vegetables, and more. Protection for a wide range of trees and plants.
Cernua is much less prevalent. Laevis) overlap in coastal areas, B. Bur Marigold seeds are sometimes eaten by ducks. * Bidens cernua, commonly called called nodding beggarticks or nodding bur-marigold, is an herbaceous plant native to North America.
Ryegrass (Lolium sp.) Uses: Erosion Control, Green Manure, Nitrogen Scavenger, No Till, Organic Matter (Biomass), Weed Suppression When used as a spring cover crop the grass should be killed before reaching seed formation stage.
* This sedge is less prone to summer dieback and remains attractive during warm weather. Its grass-like leaves grow up to 3' tall from short stout rhizomes. * The seedheads resemble small sweetgum balls but do not grow above the foliage.
* It is also highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even grow well in inner city environments. * The seeds are eaten by a wide variety of birds. * The species is being tested as a potential source of genes for resistance to emerald ash borer.
* A perennial grass with clustered erect green or purplish stems, branching at the top; turns an attractive pale browny-red in fall; needs full sun; produces silvery 2 1/2" seed heads in late summer; native from Quebec to Alberta, south to Florida and...
Common Name: Beard Grass, Little Bluestem, Little Bluestem Broomsedge
The terminal inflorescense contains many spikelets that are crowded into dense, nearly spherical heads on rays that angle out in different directions. Spikelets mature to brown by mid-summer and remain attractive well into fall.
Great for livestock forage, but should be grazed only when mature and never after a frost as it turns toxic. Uses: Erosion Control, Green Manure, Nitrogen Scavenger, No Till, Organic Matter (Biomass), Weed Suppression
* Many animal species use this shrub for food, including mule deer, which eat the leaves, and many birds and mammals, including the American black bear, which eat the acorns. In the field, it is best identified from its clustered terminal buds, which...