Blue Grama is a very versatile native grass that can be used for low maintenance lawns, landscape settings, conservation programs and short grass wildlife habitat. A weak sod-forming bunch grass, Blue Grama is short, very drought tolerant and very heat tolerant. Blue Grama can be maintained at higher mowing heights.
Varieties comonly available: Bad River and native.
Monoculture: 2-4 lbs Per Acre
Within a Mixture: 3-6% of Mix
Seeding Dates: April 10 to May 15
Seeding Depth: 1/4 to 1/2 inch
Mature Height: 10 – 20 inches
Cultural Preferences: Perennial _ Warm Season _ Bunch Type _ Mesic to Dry Soils _ Full Sun
Germinations Times: 7-10 Days
Seeds Per Pound: 725,000
Sold As: PLS
PRICED PER PLS POUND*
*PLS stands for Pure Live Seed. PLS is calculated by multiplying purity x germination percentages. This basically factors out the non-viable seed, chaff and dirt with in the seed. 5 PLS pounds may end up being 6.5 bulk pounds of seed. So you are buying viable seed, not junk.