NW Woodland Mix
The Northwest Woodland Economy Mix consists of both mostly native* forbs and grasses, that can be found beneath the canopies of the expansive Coniferous forests, that blanket much of the Northwest. These plants are acclimated to shaded conditions, but can also be found along the borders of meadows and clearings. This mix will provide growers with a range of appropriate species to plant in locations exposed to more shade, where the sustenance of other plants may have already failed. *This mix also contains some non native Chewings and Hard Fescue in it.
Ingredients: Blue Wildrye, Hairgrass – Tufted, Wheatgrass – Slender, Bluegrass – Pine, Rose Checker Mallow, Hollyhock – Tall Wild, Oatgrass – California, Brome – Columbia, Brome – California, Hairgrass – Slender, Barley – Meadow, Globe – Gilia, Buttercup – Western, Yarrow – Western, Baby Blue Eyes, Coreopsis – Plains Tall, Fescue – Western, Sea Blush, Vetch – Big Deer, Clarkia – Diamond, Clarkia – Winecup, Buttercup – Straitbeak, Godetia – Farewell to Spring, Fescue – Native Red, Lemmon’s Needlegrass, Oregon Sunshine, Fescue – Chewing’s, Fescue – Hard
*Note: Ingredients may vary depending on seed availability.
Recommended Seeding Rate: 20-25 lbs per acre.
Seeding rate is if using a seed drill to plant in rows. If broadcasting by hand or with a broadcast spreader you will need to plant 2 to 2.5 times more the seed. (For reference there is 43,500 sq. ft in an acre)Images are of: Baby Blue Eyes, Coreopsis – Plains Tall, Hairgrass Tufted respectively.
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