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Grama
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>b>Grama Seed by types in white area(Bouteloua gracilis)
Plant 2-4 PLS lbs/Acre
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Although similar in appearance and uses to Sideoats grama, Blue grama is easily identified by its distinctive curved "comblike" seedheads, which appear during the summer.
These seedheads contribute a light, airy feel to meadow gardens. The leaves are light green, drying to a tan color in the winter. In the hot, low deserts Blue grama tends to be a small bunchgrass to 2 feet tall by 2 feet wide. In cooler, moist climates it can form a fairly dense sod.
Or combine it with Purple prairieclover (Petalostemum purpureum) and other perennial wildflowers and leave it unmowed for a casual feel.
Hilaria rigida…Big galleta Big galleta is a perennial, shrub-like grass most often used for revegetation and erosion control. This native of North America usually occurs in sandy soils up to 5000 feet in elevation.
It has a rough appearance; with coarse blue-green leaves forming a dense clump to 3 feet tall by 4 feet wide.
From spring through fall it produces slender, dense spikes of greenish flowers. Big galetta is fast growing, long-lived, very drought tolerant, and hardy to 10° F. It should be planted in full sun and well-drained soil, and cut to the ground every few years. Be aware that this grass is allergenic.