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Ohio Prairie Nursery
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Your Source for Native Wildflower and Grass Seed Since 1998
Your Source for Native Wildflower and Grass Seed Since 1998

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The Giant Robins are back! Spring must be on the way! We kid...we kid! This Red Shouldered Hawk has been visiting OPN for the past couple days and sat still long enough for us to get a pic! Pretty cool views out our window if we say so!

Prairie On! 
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Your native seed is in the ground, but have you thought about what else you can do to enhance your planting?

www.ohioprairienursery.com/blog/supporting-the-wildlife-your-plants-attract-32120



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This bright, cheerful annual could be blooming in your landscape this year! Indian Blanket ( Gaillardia pulchella) is easy to establish from seed and only reaches heights of 1 to 3 feet making it perfect for your prairie or even your mulch beds! Pollinators will love it! #wildflowers #plantsforpollinators
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In case you're on the fence about establishing a native plant community in your landscape...

http://www.opnseed.com/blog/a-tale-of-a-first-year-planting-with-photos-35652

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A little Royal Catchfly (Silene regia) to spread some holiday cheer! 
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Cooler fall air is here and and that means cooler soil temperatures!

It's the perfect time to get out there and get your seed in the ground. This is known as a dormant seeding. The seed remains dormant over the winter and goes through a cold, moist stratification.

When soil and air temperatures rise and day lengths increase in the spring, the seeds will germinate.

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Which Seed Packet are you planting this fall? 

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