Southeast Recovery Mix Item #1817 Rangeland Seeding Rate 6 lbs / acre Lawn & Garden Seeding 1 lb / 1300 sf 650 sf / $25 d-pak $34 / lb Native Grasses: Little Bluestem native Bastrop & Colorado Counties, Big Bluestem, Broomsedge Bluestem, Balsamscale, Brownseed Paspalum, Bushy Bluestem, Cane Bluestem, Florida Paspalum, Green Sprangletop, Hairawn Muhlygrass, Indiangrass, Knotroot Bristlegrass, Longspike Tridens, Prairie Wildrye, Purpletop, Red Lovegrass, Sand Dropseed, Sand Lovegrass, Sideoats Grama, Slim Tridens, Splitbeard Bluestem, Switchgrass, Tall Dropseed, Hooded Windmill Grass, Gulf Coast Muhly, Texas Cupgrass, Three-Awn, Virginia Wildrye, Red Lovegrass, Purple Lovegrass Native Wildflowers: American Aloe, Black-Eyed Susan, Clasping Coneflower, Common Sunflower, Croton, Cutleaf Daisy, Epazote, Gayfeather, Giant Coneflower, Gumweed, Illinois Bundleflower, Indian Blanket, Lanceleaf Coreopsis, Lemon Mint, Marsh Elder, Partridge Pea, Plains Coreopsis, Prairie Agalinis, Prairie Verbena, Purple Prairie Clover, Ragweed Annual, Rattlesnake Master, Rough Buttonweed, Smartweed, Tall Goldenrod, Texas Bluebonnet, Texas Yellow Star, Vervain, Maximilian Sunflower, White Prairie Clover Native Sedges: Horned Beaksedge, Native Sedge 63 Southeast Recovery MixTM Native seed mixture for sandy, neutral to slightly acid soils in the Bastrop Lost Pines, Oakwoods Prairie, Pineywoods and Gulf Coast Prairie eco-regions. Includes 60 grasses, sedges and wildflowers known to thrive in sandy areas east of IH 35. 60 species E c o S ystem in a Ba g T M See for yourself, proof is in the pudding... In 2011, the catastrophic Lost Pines Wildfire wreaked havoc in the Bastrop region of Texas. After the devistation, a local landowner documented healing of his land with our ecosystem in a bag Southeast Recovery Mix. Amazingly, the ancient red buffalo revisited Tom’s place again in 2015. 2011 September - Tom Hausler 2012 May - Tom Hausler 2017 January Tom Hausler 2015 Tom Hausler