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US Native Grass Seeds

The species on this page are not all technically classified as grasses, but the average gardener would probably call them "grass". Here you will find a variety of seeds of native grasses, sedges, reeds, and rushes. You might not think of grass as being as beautiful as flowers, but some of these wild grasses really are beautiful in their own way. Many of the native prairie grasses turn color in autumn, and the rusty bronze color of the stems adds a real fall aura to the planting. Winter birds benefit from the wild grass seeds, and small animals use the thick undergrowth for cover. The biomass of the grass is also the primary source for fuel when a prairie planting undergoes a planned burn.
  • Bottlebrush Grass Seeds Hystrix patula Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Common Hop Sedge Seeds Carex lupulina Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Out of Stock Common Oak Sedge Seeds Carex pensylvanica Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Crested Oval Sedge Seeds Carex cristatella Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Fowl Manna Grass Seeds Glyceria striata Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Fox Sedge Seeds Carex stipata Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Nodding Fescue Seeds Festuca obtusa Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Plains Oval Sedge Seeds Carex brevior Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Sallow Sedge Seeds Carex lurida Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Spreading Oval Sedge Seeds Carex normalis Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Upland Wild Timothy Seeds Muhlenbergia racemosa Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Virginia Wild Rye Seeds Elymus virginicus Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
The species on this page are not all technically classified as grasses, but the average gardener would probably call them "grass". Here you will find a variety of seeds of native grasses, sedges, reeds, and rushes. You might not think of grass as being as beautiful as flowers, but some of these wild grasses really are beautiful in their own way. Many of the native prairie grasses turn color in autumn, and the rusty bronze color of the stems adds a real fall aura to the planting. Winter birds benefit from the wild grass seeds, and small animals use the thick undergrowth for cover. The biomass of the grass is also the primary source for fuel when a prairie planting undergoes a planned burn.