United FACW Wetland Mixture

United FACW Wetland Mixture

United FACW Wetland Mixture is formulated to more accurately represent species found in Zone 3 (Iowa) and Zone 5 (Nebraska) as designated by the USDA Wetland Indicator Status. FACW wetland species are found in wet soils that will occasionally dry out during summer months. United FACW Wetland Mixture is a complete mixture of native warm season grasses, native cool season grasses, wildflowers and sedges. Special emphasis of specie selection was placed on seed count per pound to minimize domination of smaller sized seeds.

Virginia Wildrye18.33%
Canada Wildrye16.67%
Chewing Fescue11.67%
Fowl Bluegrass11.67%
Big Bluestem6.67%
Prairie Cordgrass3.33%
Oxeye Sunflower2.67%
Sawtooth Sunflower0.2%
Beggar Ticks1.67%
Golden Alexanders1.67%
Hop Sedge1.67%
New England Aster1.67%
Red Top1.67%
Blue Vervain1.33%
Blunt Broom Sedge1.33%
Cup Plant1.33%
Giant Ironweed1.33%
Pennsylvania Smartweed1%
Fringed (Nodding) Sedge0.47%
American Mannagrass0.33%
Common Sneezeweed0.33%
Grass Leaved Goldenrod0.33%
Flat Topped White Aster0.13%
Great Blue Lobelia0.13%
Obedient Plant0.13%
Cutleaf Coneflower0.13%


Seeding Rate: 15 lbs per Acre Drill Seeded, 18 lbs per Acre Broadcast Seeded
Seeding Dates: March-June
Dormant Seed: Mid November-March