b"P arTridgeP eaChamaecrista fasciculata WILDFLOWERSThis native prairie legume has the ability to add nitrogen to the soil. Partridge Pea is a good bloomer in the heat of the summer and a good food source for dove, quail, turkey and numerous songbirds. Grows from central US to the east coast.annual seeding ratebloom: June - Oct Rangeland 20 lb per acreheight 1 - 3' Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 1300 sfSoil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeItem #1016 XwWell Drained1 lb $18 1/4 lb $91 oz $61 pkt $3 325 sf 80 sf20 sfP inke veningP riMroseOenothera speciosaPink Evening Primrose is semi-evergreen, and makes a good ground cover. It alsoprovides a nice splash of diversity in a lawn or landscape. Grows throughout much of the southeastern US and west through Texas into Mexico - and up through the plains states of Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas. perennialseeding ratebloom MarJulyRangeland 1 lb per acreheight 12 feetLawn & Garden 1 lb / 15,000 sfSoil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeXwbMedium MoistItem #1022 1 pkt $320 sfP lainsC oreoPsisCoreopsis tinctoriaAn easy to grow native annual. Good for roadside plantings. It grows in areas with 15 or more inches of rainfall all the way to the East Coast.Plains Coreopsis is a good nectar plant for butterflies. Native Americans made tea from flowers to strengthen the blood. We have used it as a nurse crop in combination with native prairie grass plantings.annual seeding ratebloom: Mar - July Rangeland 2 lb per acreheight 1 - 2' Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 10,000 sfSoil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeItem #1003 XwMedium-Moist1 lb $191/4 lb $81 oz $5 1 pkt $3 2500 sf 625 sf20 sfR J Neiman, by the fire at sunset near Sierra Blanca A Story PassedPour yourself a cup o coffeeR J Neiman Oct 18, 1926 ~ Sept 5, 2019Iguess youve figured by now, we are all in this together. Whether we farm or ranch, build or develop, design or construct, landscape or maintain, home-own or recreate onproperty. we are all, in effect. profoundly influencing the management of the land. Our day-to-day decisions lead to our actions(or lack of action). and slowly over time the accumulation of our work comes into view.But in order to view the grass issue. one must first realize a human life span is a wee bit short. To focus on the longterm changes of grassland health over 5 or 10 decades is a difficult task . . .Full story in Native American Seed Spring Catalog 2005 73"