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California Horse Trail

Non-Irrigated

Description

A diverse mixture of grasses, wildflowers and shrubs that are mostly California natives popular for reseeding trail areas. These species include annuals and perennials that reseed and will develop into a useful and attractive natural cover.

Characteristics

FEATURES:

  • Annuals & Perennials
  • Grasses, Wildflowers, Shrubs
  • Native Grasses

BENEFITS:

  • Longer Bloom Period
  • Diverse Mixture
  • Easy Establishment

Uses

Horse Trails, Nature Trails, Slopes, Natural Erosion Control

Seeding Rates

42 Pounds per acre. On non-irrigated sites sow seed in fall or winter before rains.

Establishment

Emergence: Varies according to species and irrigation from 10-60 days or more.
Establishment: Grasses establish in aproximately 60 days after germination.

Ingredients & Specifications

Botanical Name / Common Name:
Achnatherum coronatum / Giant Needlegrass
Baileya multiradiata / Desert Marigold
Coreopsis bigelovii / Biglow’s Coreopsis
Delphinium parryi / Larkspur
Elymus elymoides / Squirreltail
Encelia farinosa / Brittle Bush
Eriophyllum confertifolium / Golden Yarrow
Eschscholzia californica ssp. mexicana / Desert California Poppy
Isomeris arborea / Bladderpod
Keckiella antirrhinoides / Yellow Penstemon
Lasthenia californica / Dwarf Goldfields
Lupinus arizonicus / Arizona Lupine
Melica imperfecta / Coast Range Melic
Nassella cernua / Nodding Stipa
Nassella pulchra / Purple Needlegrass
Penstemon spectabilis / Showy Penstemon
Phacelia campanularia / California Blue Bells
Rhus integrifolia / Lemonade Berry

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