Variety Climax
Planting Rate 6-8 LBS per Acre
Seed Count 1,230,000 Seeds per LB
Botanical Name Phleum pratense
Preferred Sites Mesic Soils
Grazing Value Very Good



Is an introduced cool season forage type grass that is native to Europe. Timothy is a short-lived perennial and is widely used in the Northern U.S. and Mountainous West and thrives in deep, fertile, loamy, silty, clayey soils of humid zones.


  • Preferred by livestock as a palatable and high quality forage grass
  • Short-lived cool-season bunch grass
  • Thrives well with less competitive legumes such as alfalfa or Birdsfoot Trefoil
  • Effective as a component in filter strip, waterway or other erosion control mix
  • Grows in erect culms 20 to 40 in tall
  • Commonly used in nesting, brood rearing, and escape cover mixes
  • If enough moisture exists, it is adaptable in many types of soils and climates





Meadow Bromegrass

Pubescent Wheatgrass

Ladino Clover

Cool Season Pasture Mix

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