IL Monarch Pollinator

This mix includes 39 regionally appropriate native grass and wildflower species meets and exceeds the USDA NRCS 327/420 standard pollinator and monarch habitat practices.  It is also eligible for other CRP practices including CP42 pollinator and CP38 SAFE and is appropriate for mesic to dry-mesic sites. Click on the PDF below to view the species and rates in the Illinois Seed Calculator.  Updated 1/11/2024

Includes (#s/ac): Sideoats grama (local, vns) (0.25), Sedge, Fox (0.01), Sand lovegrass (0.01), Junegrass, Prairie (0.01), Bluestem, Little (VNS) (0.32), Dropseed, Tall Composite (Rough) (0.1), Leadplant (0.015), Milkvetch, Canada (0.01), Partridge Pea (0.26), Prairie Clover, White (0.05), Prairie Clover, Purple (0.2), Illinois Bundleflower (Prairie Mimosa) (0.26), Clover, Crimson (0.2), Milkweed, Common (0.14), Milkweed, Butterfly (Butterflyweed) (0.07), Indigo, Blue Wild (0.01), Aster, False (White Doll's Daisy) (0.01), Coreopsis, Lanceleaf (sand) (0.15), Coneflower, Purple (0.25), Sunflower, False (Oxeye) (0.1), Alum Root (0.002), Blazingstar, Marsh (Dense) (0.01), Bergamot, Wild (Prairie Beebalm) (0.04), Goldenrod, Stiff (Rigid) (0.02), Beardtongue, Foxglove (Smooth penstemon) (0.015), Cinquefoil, prairie (potentilla) (0.007), Mint, Narrowleaf Mountain (Slender) (0.007), Mint, Mountain (Common) (Virginia) (0.001), Coneflower, Grayheaded (Yellow) (0.05), Susan, Black-eyed (0.063), Susan, Brown-eyed (0.05), Goldenrod, Gray (Field) (Old Field) (0.005), Aster, Smooth Blue (0.004), Aster, Calico (0.003), Aster, New England (0.004), Spiderwort, Ohio (Common) (0.001), Vervain, Hoary (0.03), Culver's Root (0.001), and Alexander, Golden (0.07).

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  (410.5 acres available)