Native Meadow Seed of the Northwest

Save the Pollinators - Sequester Carbon - Repair Your Space

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Our How-to Guide

Everything you need to know to create, manage, and sustain your own wildflower ecosystem

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Yellow Rattle for natural grass control

Make More Room for Wildflowers

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Perennial Grain

Blur the Line Between Agriculture and Ecology with Ancient Forest Rye

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Install Your Own Native Meadow

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Professional Services

Meadow Installation, Management Support, Consulting, and Custom Seed Mixes

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Plant a Bee Lawn

Our Nearly Native Lawn Mix Withstands Mowing, Foot Traffic, and Grows Bees

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Seeds for the Inland Northwest

Expanding Options for Our Friends East of the Cascades

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Conservation Books

Explore the Life Cycles of Pollinators, Beneficial Insects, and the Habitats That Sustain Them in These Educational Guides

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DEEPOT Planting Kits

Start Your Seed in the Gold Standard Nursery Cells for Native Plant Propagation

20-Cell Kits Available Now


Native Grasses

For habitat restoration, soil stabilization, and more

SIngle Species Packets

Create your own custom wild spaces with true Northwest native species

The Art of the Meadow: Updates from the Farm

Winter Hedgework

As the end of the year closes in, we would like to thank you – our customer-friends – for your support. The work you do to bring interesting masterpieces and...

Meadow Management Season

October is the month of foggy mornings. Of vast dew-covered spider webs tangled in the hedgerows. It’s the month of field cutting. Of meadow management. There’s a common assumption that...

Notes on a Late Spring Day

It’s been a terrific wet spring west of the Cascades. Strangely enough, we all hear grumblings about this cool, wet, season, despite it being a cosmic gift. Our local prairies...

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