Too late to sow grass seeds now?
I have planted an area with prairie grasses and forbs. The area is about 30 feet long by 10 feet deep and the plants were all either larger gallon sized or 4" pots.
I was able to get about a dozen little blue stem plants in gallon sized, a couple 6" pots of Panicum, 8 or so blue hair grass in 4" pots, and two gallon sized Indian Grass.
I recently recieved some seeds for big blue stem, blue Grama, and Prairie dropseed. Is it too late to start these seeds if they are species that do not need cold stratification? Would I be better off just waiting until fall to pot up and then stratifying them in my cold storage room until spring?
It has been raining often all season so conditions for the newlf planted bed are ideal. This is at least part of the reason I am hoping to get some of these grasses into the ground this season.
The area is full sun and a sandy loam. It is well drained and all the plants I have added this spring are thriving thus far.