Bloom time: May - October. Provides excellent nesting and brood for pheasants, quail, and other wildlife. Mix of native grasses and wildflowers including: Indiangrass, Canada Wildrye, Big Bluestem, Wild Bergamot, and Evening Primrose. 17 species included. Plant mid-May to mid-June in dry soil.
Taking a soil sample is suggested prior to planting to determine if anything is needed to amend your soil. Missaukee Conservation District offers a cost share program to Missaukee County landowners. Connect with Jodi DeHate for more information, 231.839.7193 or email@example.com for more information.