We have a small field next to our house that has a natural gas right of way, so we can't place any structures in that area. In the past, we have let it grow up (weeds, tall grasses, etc) and it generally looked really bad. I'm thinking about doing something different this year to make it prettier and to provide some extra nutrients for our chickens and bees. So, here are the options I have thought of: Plant Assorted Wildflowers Plant Mammoth Giant Sunflowers Plant a cover crop (peas, turnips, clover...) Just mow it The last commercial crop that was planted on it was in 2007 (soybeans). So, what would you plant?