‘Hachita’ is the most vigorous selection of this beautiful native grass from the western Great Plains. It is a native, warm season grass that is beloved for its “eyelash” seed heads. Quite xeric, ‘Hachita’ Blue Grama thrives in both sandy soils and clay.

 

We recommend using the Blue Grama plugs in ornamental plantings as either single or group plantings. You can also interplant plugs with wildflowers to grow a colorful, low care short grass prairie. Blue Grama can be planted between small tree plantings, but does not do well in shade; also good for recreation areas and highway medians.

 

For a turf type lawn in the arid and semiarid Southwest, plant plugs 4” apart. Blue Grama is sold in trays of 70 plugs per flat. Grows to 4” tall, 15” with seed heads. Zones 3-10.

 

Blue Grama Planting Dates

Use the following chart to identify your estimated planting dates for your zone.  To find out which zone you are located in, you can visit the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map.

 

Zones

Estimated Planting Dates

Zone 11

February 15 through November 15

Zone 10

February 15 through November 1

Zone 9

March 10 through October 15

Zone 8

March 15 through October 15

Zone 7

April 1 through October 1

Zone 6

April 20 through September 15

Zone 5

May 1 through September 10

Zone 4

May 1 through September 1

Zone 3

May 10 through August 20

Zone 2

May 20 through August 1

 

Plug Tray Shipping Information

Most shipping is done on Mondays to try to prevent plugs from sitting in a warehouse or on a truck over the weekend.  Since we ship from the middle of the US, we are able to reach both coasts by Friday.

 

Order Blue Grama Plug Trays Plug Tray Price List  │ Measure Your Yard  │Prepare the Soil   │ Installation of Plugs

 

 

Business Hours

Monday - Friday:

8:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday: Closed Until Spring

Sunday: Closed

 

 

Todd Valley Farms

950 County Rd M

Mead NE 68041

Phone: 800.869.8544

E-Mail: info@toddvalleyfarms.com

 

 

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Revised November 11th, 2014