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Ordering Pollinator Seeds
Approved for USDA Programs

After you fill out this order request, we will contact you to go over details and availability before the order is completed. If you would like faster service and direct information on current stock and pricing please contact us at (803)286 4455 x 3 or 


We will contact you to set up an appointment for you to pick us your seeds at our Lancaster SWCD Office.

1771 Hwy 521 Bypass South

Lancaster, SC 29720

*On the 521 bypass on the hill across from Fastenal/ Twilight Road 


Payment will be made in person by cash or check. 

Make checks payable to Lancaster SWCD

Cash please have exact amount 



Cost per pound $38


Designed for the environmental conditions of the Southern tier of states and for sites with dry to mesic soils. Flowering period and flower colors are coordinated for full season variety. The amount of seed of each species in the mix has been calculated using the number of seeds per pound of each species factored by establishment parameters. Mix 115 contains 4 native grass species and 11 native wildflower species. Recommended Rate: 6.25-9.00 PLS pounds/acre


Common Name  Botanical Name    PLS Oz.

Indian Grass  Sorghastrum nutans  3.125

Little Bluestem Schizachyrium scoparium 3.125

Switchgrass (Cave-in-Rock) Panicum virgatum  1.875

Tall Dropseed Sporobolus compositus 1.875

Blackeyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta 0.472

Lance Leaved Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata 0.598

Purple Prairie Clover  Dalea purpurea 0.604

Spotted Beebalm Monarda punctata 0.136

Partridge Pea Cassia fasciculata 1.366

False Sunflower Heliopsis helianthoides 1.140

Spiked Blazing Star Liatris spicata 0.392

Greyheaded Coneflower Ratibida pinnata 0.293

Maximilian Sunflower Helianthus maximiliani 0.626

Iron Weed Vernonia altissima 0.261

Rigid Goldenrod Solidago rigida 0.113


Cost per ounce $20


Designed for the environmental conditions of the Southern Tier States and for sites with dry to moist soils.  Monarch larva can only feed on milkweed plants.  A mix of 3 milkweed species that are host plants and food sources for Monarch larva as well as nectar sources for adult Monarchs.  Only milkweed species native to the southern region are included.  Monarchs require multiple generations over a long growing period to complete their migration cycle and it is critical plant material be available to feed the larva from early spring to late fall.  This mix of milkweeds provides a season long source of food for the Monarch larva.  Mix SS-MM1 contains the following 3 species of milkweed:  Butterfly Milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa), Common Milkweed (Asclepias syriaca), and Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata)

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