After your purchase is submitted online, we will confirm your electronic payment or contact you to arrange for a credit, cash, or check payment.
Items purchased from our EPCCD store (adaptive tools, clover, cover crop, grass, and wildflower seed, recycled shopping bags, stickers), will be available for pickup from our office by appointment using https://calendly.com/epccd/visit or by calling us at 719-600-4706 to ensure we are in the office.
Items purchased through our Harding Nursery partnership (budget friendly, deer tolerant, evergreens, fruits and berries, groundcover, ornamental grasses, perennial sampler, pollinator collection, roses, shade and ornamental trees, soil and soil amendments, supplies, vines, xeric collection), your purchase will be available for pickup, 48 hours after payment from the Harding Nursery Wholesale office, Monday through Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm or Saturday, 8am-1:00pm.
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This drought-tolerant, EPCCD Shotgun Native Grass Seed Mix is formulated specifically for the Pikes Peak Front Range by our NRCS District Conservationist and Rangeland Management partners and includes: Big Bluestem Native 20%, Grama, Sideoats Native 10%, Green Needlegrass Native 10%, Little Bluestem Native 10%, Prairie Sandreed Native 10%, Switchgrass Native 10%, Wheatgrass, Western Native 20%, and Yellow Indiangrass Native 10%. It is available for purchase from a single pound to hundreds of pounds and discounts per pound are applied after 20 pounds. Available for pickup by appointment from the EPCCD office.
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This is an excellent cover crop seed mix; it is a combination of rye grass, radish, turnip, red clover, forage rape, and buckwheat. It is available for purchase from a single pound to hundreds of pounds. Available for pickup by appointment from the EPCCD office.
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This is a great low-grow grass seed mix for the Pikes Peak Front Range; it includes: Western Wheatgrass, about 24%, Blue Grama, Native about 20%, Buffalograss about 18%, Sideoats Grama about 13%, Green Needlegrass about 6%, and Sand Dropseed about 1.5%. It is available for purchase from a single pound to hundreds of pounds and discounts per pound are applied after 20 pounds. Available for pickup by appointment from the EPCCD office.
Perennial ground cover plants are important in the Pikes Peak Front Range Options because 1) they help prevent erosion, 2) they provide food and shelter for wildlife, 3) they help to improve air quality, and 4) they help to conserve water. Includes Germander, Ice Plant, Kinnikinick, Plumbago, Winecups, Sedum, and Vinca Periwinkle.
With proper care, ornamental grasses can add beauty and interest to your garden for many years to come. When choosing grasses for your garden, it is important to consider the amount of sunlight they will receive, the soil type, and the amount of water they need. Includes: Big Bluestem, Blue Avena, Fescue Grass, Blue Grama, Plume Grass, Karl Forest Feather Reed, and Korean Feather Reed.
Bark Mulch, Cotton Burr Compost, Cow Compost, EKO Clay Buster, Gorilla Hair Mulch, Sheep & Peat Compost, Soil Moist (Water Polymer), Super Thrive, Top Soil, and Tree & Shrub Planing Mix.
100% recyclable and made with 100% pre-and-post-consumer recycled content! Available for pickup by appointment from the EPCCD office.