b'S PlitBeardB lueSteMAndropogon ternarius Usually 2-3 ft. in height, eastern mock grama can grow 10 ft. tall. It is interesting primarily for its terminal inflorescences which have separate male and female flowers. Stigmas are purple; stamens orange. The plant is a perennial.Open Space 5 lbs / acreHeight 18 - 4Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 4,000 sfPhoto by Sonia Hill Soil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeX w bDry-MediumD-Pak $39Item #2018 350 sfS 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. 91Open Space 2 lbs / acreHeight 3 - 6Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 7,500 sf Soil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShade X wMedium Moist25+ lbs $16.98 / lb 1 lb $18D-Pak $11Item #2005 7,500 sf500 sft alld roPSeedSporobolus compositus var. asper Plain, non-descript green grass. Drought tolerant fibrous roots. One of those discreet, but important species that feed handsome grasshoppers of all varieties, then birds of all kinds are too fed. Hides its abundant tiny seeds, wrapped in the leaf sheaths. Prairie birds consume its seeds in winter. Open Space 6 lbs per acreHeight 3 - 6 Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 2,500 sf Soil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShade X DryItem #2022 25+ lbs $25.47 / lb 1 lb $27D-Pak $112,500 sf200 sft exaSg raMaBouteloua rigidisetaShort, 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. Open Space 16 lbs per acreHeight 6 - 12 Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 1,500 sf Soil TypeSunlightSoil Moisture SandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShadeX Dry-MediumItem #2037 D-Pak $44150 sf34n ativEa MEricanS EEd 800 728 4043'