b'- l iver ootS-We offer live roots by the handful in the hopes that theyOrder by 11am on Monday. We dig and ship may thrive on your land too . We have come to know theseroots every Tuesday with 1-2 days UPS delivery plants by their strength and ability to grow and spread .(out of state shipping charges may apply). These plants are especially useful in erosion control,Please be ready to plant & water your roots wetland, raingardens and wildlife habitat restoration .A.S.A.P. after receipt of order.Artemesia#2516 Switchgrass#2524Artemisia ludoviciana Panicum virgatumSR 9silver-gray foliage, fragrant crushed orattracts dove, quail, turkey. deep roots burned. the ancients made smudgeare extremely stabilizing near wet sticks to cleanse tipi, heart n soul areas. well-suited for dry sunny areasMaximilian Sunflower #2501 Texas Bluegrass #2507Helianthus maximilianiSR 6 Poa arachnifera4 to 8 ft tall, this fall bloominguncommon cool season evergreen periannial sunflower creates distinctperennial. loves shade or full sun. and beautiful deep green colonies short 8-10", really easy & fast to growTall Goldenrod#2503Solidago altissimaSR 6 White Tridens#2524great for stabilizing wet areas and Triden albescens a nectar producer for fall butterflies attractive native bunch grass. nutritious seeds for wildlife. grows along drain-Tall Aster #2502 ageways and sites that overflowSymphyotrichum praealtum var praealtumSR 5 Big Bluestem Plateau.#2500spreads readily in sun, shade, wet orAndropogon gerardiidry areas. butterflies flock to this greatformerly the most dominant grass nectar source in fall migration on the tall grass prairie. found this Florida Paspalum#2526 eco-type at 2000\' above sea level Paspalum floridanum on far west end of edwards plateaurhizomatous perennial grows inArizona Cottontop#2525disturbed, wet habitat. Seeds provideDigitaria californicarapidly establishes.very drought excellent food source for birds tolerant. white delicate cottontop seedheads beautiful display inOur men gathered some tools together and headed out to the rescuemass plantingsof some Eastern GamagrassTripsacum dactyloideson the late RC Mauldin\'s home place near Waco . While we were plantingtherootsTexas Cupgrass #2515back at theJunction farm, bulldozers leveled RC\'slifetime of workEriochloa sericeaforanewsubdivision .Theseroots are now growingand happilygood native prairie indicator, though multiplyinginhopesthat you maybenefitfromthesemen\'swork .mostly grazed out. birds love the R .C . Mauldin was an elder and mentorto many people of rangeland,nutritional seeds. more info p 40soil and water conservation work in the early-mid 1900\'s . All gamagrasses are excellent streambank stabilizers . Fast growing,Texas Wintergrass #2513highlyproductiveforagegrasswithdeepperennialroots .OftenNasella leucotrichagrows on12-14" ht, lush cool season growth. uplands in the dormant in summer, but stays green, deeper soils . requiring no mow, no water p 41 SR 9 Waco Indiangrass #2517Gamagrass Blackland Prairie #2505 Sorghastrum nutansSR 9Gamagrass Plateau Central TX#2504 a new addition to our root offerings. Gamagrass Rolling Plains North TX#2506 grows 3-4\' ht with fall bloom Order Onlinewww .seedsource .com89'