b'GRASSESP urPlet hree -a WnAristida purpurea A short native grass with attractive purple-tinted awns that can be seen after periods of rainfall during the growing season. Awns, delicate and hair-like, are found on many grass species, but not usually so over-the-top as in this grass. Once the seeds of Purple Three-Awn are placed in a bag, they become one-pound tangles. Pull em apart when youre ready to plant, and broadcast into wild drifts. Also featured in our Midway Mix, p. 16Open Space 1 lbs / acreHeight 1 - 2Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 15,000 sfSoil TypeSunlightSoil Moisture SandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShade X Dry-Medium1 lb $149D-Pak $19Item #2015 15,000 sf 200 sf2,500 sf250 sfS andd roPSeedSporobolus cryptandrus A perennial warm-season grass that grows in relatively small tufts or bunches, Sand Dropseed reproduces from small seeds and tillers. Seedheads appear around September. Commonly found on sandy, rocky and silty soils areas of the southern Great Plains across Texas and New Mexico and up through Oklahoma, Kansas and Colorado. Moves in quickly on undisturbed areas. Nutritious grains have been used as food by Native Americans. Open Space 1 lb / acreHeight 1 - 3Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 15,000 sf Soil TypeSunlightSoil Moisture SandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeX Dry-MoistItem # 2024 25+ lbs $22.64 / lb 1 lb $24D-Pak $132,500 sf350 sf15,000 sf1,500 sfS andl ovegraSSEragrostis trichodes This bunchgrass produces a deep, dense root system. Grows best on sandy soils in the 18-35 rain belt, but can be planted on heavier soils. Begins its growth several weeks before other warm-season grasses, and is therefore an important food source for grazing animals. Seedheads are loose and open, standing 2 feet above the grass in early fall. Reproduces by seeds and roots, prefers full sun.Open Space 2 lbs / acreHeight 2 - 5Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 7,500 sfSoil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeX Dry-Moist25+ lbs $33.96 / lb 1 lb $36D-Pak $191,500 sf250 sf Item #2009 7,500 sf750 sfS ideoatSg raMaBouteloua curtipendulaThe official State Grass of Texas, this mid-sized plant is often found as an ornamental accent in residential and commercial landscapes, thanks to the pretty, oat-like seeds that appear along one side of its stems. Spreads by seeds and roots, and thrives alongside Little Bluestem in natural grasslands, well drained uplands, and the shallow soils of ridges and rocky areas. Found from Kentucky to the Gulf of Mexico. Turkeys use this versatile grass for food & cover, and it is a good larval food source for butterflies.Open Space 9 lbs / acreHeight 1 - 3 Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 2,000 sfSoil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeX wDry-Medium7,500 sf350 sf Item #2004D-Pak $25250 sfOrder Onlinewww.seedsource.com33'