b'S outheaStr ecoveryM ix tMNative seed mixture for sandy, neutral to slightly acid soils in the Bastrop Lost Pines, Oakwoods Prairie, Pineywoods and Gulf Coast Prairie eco-regions. Includes native seeds known to thrive in sandy areas east of IH 35. See for yourself, proof is in the pudding.In 2011, the catastrophic Lost Pines Wildfire wreaked havoc in the Bastrop region of Texas.After the devastation, a local landowner 2011 September - Tom Hausler midocumented healing of his landwith our ecosystem in a bagSoutheast Recovery Mix.42 B at e naAmazingly, the ancient red buffaloy s grevisited Toms place again in 2015. So T McE speciesNative Wildflowers & Grasses: 2012May - Tom HauslerSand Dropseed, Black-Eyed Susan,Clasping Coneflower, Plains Coreopsis, Green Sprangletop, Red Lovegrass, Plains Bristlegrass, White Prairie Clover, Hooded Windmill Grass, Indian Blanket, Little Bluestem - Gulf States, Sand Lovegrass, Little Bluestem, Cane Bluestem, Lemon Mint, Sideoats Grama, Purple Prairie Clover, Prairie Wildrye, Broomsedge Bluestem, Tall Dropseed, Virginia Wildrye, Illinois Bundleflower, Partridge Pea, Big Bluestem, Rattlesnake Master, Waco Indiangrass, Indiangrass, Switchgrass, Texas Cupgrass, Prairie Verbena, Marsh Elder, Sandyland Bluebonnet, Woolly Croton, Texas Bluebonnet, Common Sunflower, American Basketflower, Maximilian Sunflower, Little Bluestem -2017 January Tom HauslerPineywoods, Texas Yellow Star, Cutleaf Daisy, Florida Paspalum, Gayfeather2015 Tom HauslerSoutheast Recovery Mix Item #1817Open Space 9 lbs / acre 25+ lbs $46.23 / lbLawn & Garden10,000 sf$245 / 5 lbs 2,000 sf $ 49 / 1 lb600 sf $ 29 D-PakOrder Onlinewww.seedsource.com 19'