NEW ENGLAND WETLAND PLANTS, inc ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ 820 West Street, Amherst, MA 01002 phone: 413-548-8000 fax 413-549-4000 email: [email protected] web address: www.newp.com New England Wetmix (Wetland Seed Mix) Botanical Name Common Name Indicator Carex lurida Carex scoparia Verbena hastata Carex lupulina Scirpus atrovirens Panicum rigidulum Deschampsia cespitosa Bidens aristosa Eleocharis palustris Juncus effusus Carex crinita Mimulus ringens Aster puniceus Eupatorium perfoliatum Glyceria canadensis Asclepias incarnata Helenium autumnale Penthorum sedoides Lurid Sedge Blunt Broom Sedge Blue Vervain Hop Sedge Green Bulrush Redtop Panic Grass Tufted Hairgrass Tickseed Sunflower/Bur Marigold Creeping Spike Rush Soft Rush Fringed Sedge Square Stemmed Monkey Flower Swamp Aster Boneset Rattlesnake Grass Swamp Milkweed Common Sneezeweed Ditch Stonecrop OBL FACW FACW OBL OBL FACW+ FACW FACW OBL FACW+ OBL OBL OBL FACW OBL OBL FACW+ OBL Price per lb. Req. quantity: Total $135.00 1 lbs. $135.00 The New England Wetmix (Wetland seed mix) contains a wide variety of native seeds which are suitable for most wetland restoration sites that are not permanently inundated. All species are best suited to moist disturbed ground as Apply: 18 lbs/acre 1 lb/2500 sq ft found in most wet meadows, scrub shrub, or forested Minimum quantity: 1 lbs wetland restoration areas. This mix is well suited for detention basin borders, and the bottom of detention basins not generally under standing water. The seeds will not germinate under inundated conditions. If planted during the fall months, the seed mix will germinate the following spring. During the first season of growth, several species will produce seeds, while other species will produce seeds after the second growing season. Not all species will grow in all wetland situations. This mix is composed of the wetland species most likely to grow in created/restored wetlands and should produce more than 75% ground cover in two full growing seasons. Always apply on clean bare soil. The mix may be applied by hydro-seeding, by mechanical spreader, or on small sites it can be spread by hand. Lightly rake, or roll to ensure proper soil-seed contact. Best results are obtained with a Spring seeding. Late Spring and Summer seeding will benefit with a light mulching of clean weed-free straw to conserve moisture. If conditions are drier than usual, watering may be required. Late Fall and Winter dormant seeding require an increase in the seeding rate. Fertilization is not recommended. Preparation of a clean weed free soil surface is necessary for optimal results. New England Wetland Plants, Inc. may modify seed mixes at any time depending upon seed availability. The design criteria and ecological function of the mix will remain unchanged. Price is $/bulk pound, FOB warehouse, plus S&H and applicable taxes.
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