b'v irginiaW ildryeElymus virginicusGRASSES photo by Sam Strickland, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center NPINFound in the eastern 2/3 of the United States, this perennial cool season bunch grass is typically found along shady creek banks, fence rows or in open woodlands.One of a very few native grasses that is a solid performer in shady areas. A great choice for mixing with warm season native grasses to provide a source of winter forage and nutrient-rich grain for wildlife.As do most cool season grasses, Virginia Wildrye begins growth in the fall and grows slowly through the winter, maturing in late spring.Open Space 12 lbs / acreHeight 1 - 3Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 1,750 sfSoil TypeSunlightSoil Moisture SandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShade X w b l Medium-MoistItem #2035 25+ lbs $19.81 / lb 1 lb $21D-Pak $13350 sf 1,750 sf300 sfW eSternW heatgraSSPascopyrum smithiiA high quality native cool season pasture grass found in the western regions of the US & northern Mexico.Excellent grass for erosion control with a dense, fibrous root system and can tolerate salty soil conditions making it a great choice for revegetating areas with challenging soils.In its native range from the great plains through the west, western wheat-grass typically grows from 1 to 3 feet tall with as little as 12 inches of rainfall. Highly palat-able to both wildlife and livestock, providing cool season forage. Caution: May choke out cool season wildflowers if overwatered or in a moist location. Open Space 10 lbs / acreHeight1 - 3Lawn & Garden 1 lb / 1,750 sfSoil TypeSunlightSoil MoistureSandLoamClayCalicheFullPartialDappledShade7,500 sf500 sf Item #2050 X w b Dry-Moist25+ lbs $17.92 / lb 1 lb $19D-Pak $101,750 sf200 sfP asture& r angeP lants graSS id BooKSP . 922,500 sf200 sf 150 sf'