Wildflower & Native Warm Season Grasses

Warm season grasses are the true utility player of land management and landscaping. From wildlife habitat to native landscaping, warm season grasses can do it. They provide cover for wildlife, and since they are bunch grasses, are easier to navigate for birds such as quail and pheasant that forage on ground. They provide excellent cover from predators when planted as buffers, travel corridors, soft edges, and transition zones from wooded habitat to open fields. Lastly, they are excellent alternatives for steep slopes and difficult to maintain areas.

Wildflower meadows are an increasingly popular alternative to maintaining unused pastures and fields. They provide beneficial habitat for a variety of wildlife – particularly pollinator species – not to mention they are a beautiful, colorful, and unique addition to any landscape.