Along the fringes of the Llano Estacado, the terrain begins to transition into rolling grassland, occasionally broken with shallow arroyos where sandy outcroppings occur. Oftentimes, these areas would gently slope through a runoff area, where rainfall would eventually find its way to a natural drainage channel or small river of sorts. This type of terrain gave cover to the roaming tribes of Indians and the wildlife that migrated to these areas for cover from the weather of the various seasons. Cane Bluestem, Galleta, Sideoats Grama, Sand Dropseed, Indian Ricegrass and Alkali Sacaton are the components of this unique blend of native grass seeds whose forage gave sustenance to the wildlife occupants of this diverse sea.
Cane Bluestem, Yellow Bluestem, Galleta, Sideoats Grama, Sand Dropseed, Indian Ricegrass, and Alkali Sacaton.
Growing Height: 24 to 48"
Min Yearly Rainfall: 7 to 25"
Seeds Per Pound: 759550
Acre Rate: 12 lbs