SEEDLISTS BY ECOREGION FOR NATIVE-GRASSLAND RESTORATION & RE-CREATION

This section is currently under construction. Later in 2018, however, SGI members will be able to click on each ecoregion map below. From there you will be able to narrow down your search to the EPA Level IV Ecoregion. For example, you will be able to click the Interior Low Plateau icon below and you will be taken to a new page that will then provide options to search within the finer level ecoregions of the Interior Plateaus, such as the Eastern Highland Rim, Inner Nashville Basin, Pennyroyal Plain, etc. Within each Level IV ecoregion, specific lists will be provided for the various grassland types (e.g. Western Highland Rim Calcareous Wet Meadow or Eastern Highland Rim Acidic Hardpan Prairie). Species lists for each region are being assembled using a combination of published scientific literature, unpublished survey data and reports, herbarium specimen records, and consultation with regional experts. The goal is to provide authoritative lists of trees, shrubs, woody vines, herbaceous vines, forbs, grasses, sedges, rushes, ferns, and fern allies that should be given priority for ecological restoration or landscape architecture projects within each region.

Allegheny Plateau

Allegheny Plateau

Atlantic Coastal Plain

Atlantic Coastal Plain

Blue Ridge Mountains

Blue Ridge Mountains

Central Appalachian Mountains

Central Appalachian Mountains

Cumberland Plateau

Cumberland Plateau

East Gulf Coastal Plain

East Gulf Coastal Plain

Interior Highlands

Interior Highlands

Interior Low Plateau

Interior Low Plateau

Mississippi Alluvial Plain

Mississippi Alluvial Plain

West Gulf Coastal Plain

West Gulf Coastal Plain

Peninsular Florida Coastal Plain

Peninsular Florida Coastal Plain

Piedmont

Piedmont

Ridge and Valley

Ridge and Valley