Swamp Milkweed
  • Pink and white flowers; popular for gardens, pond edges, etc
  • Used in wetland reclamation and remediation mixtures
  • Grows to 4-5′ tall
Seed Rate Quantities Available

Pasture: 3 oz / 1000 sq ft

1/8 oz
1/2 oz
to order

Butterfly milkweed; important food source for Monarch butterflies
  • Native wildflower with clusters of yellow/orange flowers bloom June – August
  • Important Monarch food source – leaves for caterpillars, nectar for butterflies
  • Cold hardy, does well in poor, dry soils
  • 24-36″ tall, 18″ wide
Seed Rate Quantities Available

1/4 oz / 1000 sq ft

1/8 oz
1/2 oz
to order

Common milkweed
  • Primary host plant for Monarch butterflies
  • Grows to 3-6′ tall
  • Drought tolerant, adapted to different soil types
Seed Rate Quantities Available

Pasture: 3 oz / 1000 sq ft

1/8 oz
1/2 oz
to order

  • Full season variety in color and flowering period
    • Plains Coreopsis
    • Lance Leaved Coreopsis
    • Smooth Beardtongue
    • Corn Poppy
    • Sweet William
    • Blackeyed Susan
    • Butterfly Milkweed
    • Lemon Mint
    • Baby’s Breath
    • Clasping Coneflower
    • Partridge Pea
    • Purple Coneflower
    • Spiked Blazing Star
    • Scarlet Flax
    • Cosmos
    • Rocket Larkspur
    • Showy Tickseed
    • Narrow-Leaved Sunflower
    • Early Goldenrod
Seed Rate Quantities Available

6 – 8.5 Pure Live Seed (PLS) lbs/acre

1 oz
1 lb
to order

  • Full season variety of color and flowering times
    • Four O’ Clock
    • Sensation Mix Cosmos
    • Rocket Larkspur
    • Showy Tickseed
    • Partridge Pea
    • Scarlet Flax
    • Annual Phlox
    • Rocket Candytuff
    • Baby’s Breath
    • Sweet William
    • Black-eyed Susan
    • Clasping Coneflower
    • Plains Coreopsis
    • Catchfly
    • Red Corn Poppy
Seed Rate Quantities Available

5.5-8 Pure Live Seed (PLS) lbs/acre

1 oz
1 lb
to order

  • Listed on 327 Conservation Cover Job sheet for Kentucky
    • Little Bluestem
    • Side Oats Grama
    • Virginia Wild Rye
    • Black-eyed Susan
    • Bergamot
    • Purple Coneflower
    • Illinois Bundleflower
    • Rigid Goldenrod
    • Greyheaded Coneflower
    • New England Aster
    • Partridge Pea
    • False Sunflower
Seed Rate Quantities Available

6.5 Pure Live Seed (PLS) lbs/acre

1 oz
1 lb
to order

  • Native warm season, perennial tall grass
  • Reproduces by seed and rhizome
  • Makes good quality hay when mowed before seedhead formation
  • Can grow to 8-10′ tall
Seed Rate Quantities Available

Pasture: 5-6 lbs/acre

50 lbs
  • Forage type, good for grazing and haying
  • Thrives during hot, dry months
  • High crude protein content
Seed Rate Quantities Available
5-8 lbs/acre 50 lbs
  • Cool season, hardy perennial legume
  • Spreads from rhizomes; forms a dense cover
  • Used for soil stabilization on slopes
Seed Rate Quantities Available
5-15 lbs/acre sold by the pound
Indiangrass
  • Perennial, ornamental warm season clump grass
  • Used for landscaping and restoration projects; one of the most widely distributed grass species in U.S.
  • Drought tolerant; does well in moist areas also
  • Can reach a height of 3-4′
Seed Rate Quantities Available
7-10 lbs/acre to order