Your Source for Native Grass & Wildflower Seed

Woodland Edge
Got Shade? Woodland Edge is perfect for all those shaded areas that feel left out without any wildflowers. Now everyone can join in on the fun!
Rain Garden Native Seed Mix
Rain Gardens are beautiful and beneficial. They adapt well to various moisture condition, improve the quality of storm water runoff and help alleviate flooding and drainage problems. Who knew native plants were so smart?
Mesic Short Grass
Composed of Ohio native short grasses, this mix is well suited for lawn replacement or edge treatments. Looks awesome in drifts or as accents. Provides habitat and cover to ecosystem partners.
Mesic Annual / Perennial Forbs
This wildflower mix contains annuals for first year color and cover, as well as perennials that establish during the first year and live on for many years. These species will reproduce and thicken up over time.
Eastern Great Lakes Native Pollinator Mix
We've partnered with The Xerces Society to bring you a mix especially designed for Ohio, Indiana, Western Pennsylvania and Western New York. Attract pollinators with this colorful mix crafted to bloom all season long!
Moist Meadow Mix
If you have moister ground and standing water in spring and fall, this is a great native option for you. Containing lots of favorites, this mix will thrive where traditional plantings have trouble. No need to regrade or drain water away, let these guys loose and they will turn a perceived problem area into a cherished part of your property.

Thank you for visiting Ohio Prairie Nursery's website. We're glad you're here.

Whether this is new to you or you are already using native seed, you are making a positive difference and an important contribution to the future. By using native grasses and native seeds in your landscape, you are helping to increase diversity and provide valuable habitat for other species of living things. Native insects, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds evolved alongside the native plants that support them.

The landscapes we create take resources to maintain. By using native material you are reducing the need for watering, pesticides and fertilizers. The deep root systems of most native species increase the ability of the soil to absorb water and help stabilize a stormwater network that is over capacity. You are also reducing erosion which helps keep our rivers and lakes clean!

Native plants help create a sense of place. By using the species that naturally belong in your yard or neighborhood you are keeping a connection to the botanical history of your area alive.

On behalf of the thousands of native insects, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds that don't have a voice...THANK YOU AND PRAIRIE ON!