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21 species

Plant mid May - mid June

Mix of native grasses and wildflowers including: Big Bluestem, Coreopsis, Blue Vervain, Purple Prairie Clover, and two types of milkweed. Pheasants Forever preferred mix.


Includes (#s/ac): Bluestem, Big (Kaw) (0.5), Sideoats grama (local, vns) (0.5), Switchgrass (VNS) (0.3), Bluestem, Little (VNS) (0.4), Indiangrass (local or vns) (0.4), Partridge Pea (0.3), Prairie Clover, Purple (0.125), Milkweed, Swamp (Marsh) (0.015), Milkweed, Butterfly (Butterflyweed) (0.015), Coreopsis, Lanceleaf (sand) (0.25), Coneflower, Purple (0.2), Bergamot, Wild (Prairie Beebalm) (0.03), Evening primrose, Common (0.0625), Beardtongue, Foxglove (Smooth penstemon) (0.02), Cinquefoil, prairie (potentilla) (0.0188), Mint, Mountain (Common) (Virginia) (0.01), Coneflower, Grayheaded (Yellow) (0.03), Susan, Black-eyed (0.0625), Susan, Brown-eyed (0.03), Aster, Smooth Blue (0.03), Aster, Calico (0.006), Aster, New England (0.02), Vervain, Blue (0.0625), and Alexander, Golden (0.1).


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. Contact 231.839.7193 or for more information.


If ordered during the Seedling Sale, the seeds will be available for pick up Friday, April 26th between 10 am and 6pm, or Saturday, April 27th from 9 am - noon at the MSU AgBioResearch Station located at 5401 W. Jennings Road, Lake City, MI 49651. This product can also be shipped directly to your home. Please call if you would like to have the product shipped directly to your home. 


Junegrass photo by Kent Conservation District

Wildlife Biologist Mix

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