b'S outhWeSternB riStlegraSS Setaria scheelei Knee to thigh high warm-season bunchgrass.Commonly found in dappled shade of wooded limestone canyons under mesquites, oaks and urban side yards. Abundant in central Texas. Weve observed many small songbirds such as grasshopper sparrows and painted buntings foraging on the seeds in our fields. These native millet-type seeds are fantastic source of nutrition for small mammals too.Dpak covers 800 sfHeight 2-4 feetAvailable in mixes & d-paks onlySoil TypeSunlightSoil Moisture SandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeX wbDry-Medium Item #2072 D-Pak $19 S WitChgraSSPanicum virgatum A tall fast-growing grass that serves as wildlife cover in winter. Extensive root systems provide excellent erosion control around creek banks and ponds. Attractive open seedheads turn golden yellow in the fall. Dove, quail and turkey use as food and cover, as do many song birds. Larval food source for butterflies. Live roots available on p. 89Rangeland Seeding Rate 4 lbs / acreHeight 3-4 feetLawn & Garden Seeding 1 lb / 1000 sf Soil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShade XwMedium Moist Item #2005 D-Pak $9 1-9 lbs $15 / lb 10-49 lbs $14.75 / lb 50+ lbs $14.50 / lb t exaSC uPgraSSEriochloa sericea Good native prairie indicator, though mostly grazed to extinction. Many bird species, such as painted buntings and meadowlarks love the nutritional seeds. Great forage plant for livestock and recovers quickly following rotational grazing. Blooms and produces seeds several times throughout the growing season and will readily increase with good land management. Available in mixes: Native Trail, Midway, Scorched Earth, Southeast Recovery, Blackland Prairie, Sustainable Dove & Quail, Caliche, Dam Slope. Table of Contents p 8Height 1-2 feetSeeding rate 8 lbs / acreSoil TypeSunlightSoil Moisture SandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeXwMedium-MoistAvailable in Mixes & Live Roots (p 89)t exaSg raMaBouteloua regidisetaShort, drought tolerant and eye catching warm-season grass with a large geographic distribution in Texas. One of the earliest grasses to flower in spring. Important for Harvester ants who collect the seeds and in turn the Texas Horned Lizard who relies on these native ants as a primary food source. Birds and small mammals use seeds as a food source and the plant structures as nesting material. Texas Grama can be found in grasslands, open woods, roadsides, dry plains, rocky hills, and abused overgrazed ranges. Height 4-12 inchesAvailable in mixes only Soil TypeSunlightSoil Moisture SandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeXDry-Medium Available in Midway Mix (p 14) & Scorched Earth Recovery Mix (p 24)40n ativEa MEricanS EEd 325 446 3600'