Grass: Carex pensylvanica 'Sedge'

Pennsylvania Sedge

  • Native to Eastern and Central North America
  • Shade loving plant is commonly found beneath Oak trees, therefor referred to as Common Oak Sedge
  • Low sedge with delicate, arching, semi-evergreen leaves up to 1/8" wide and 8"-12" long
  • Fine texture and fountaining habit give a soft appearance
  • Use as a groundcover to create a shade lawn or use as an underplanting for shade perennials
  • Spreads via rhizomes
  • Produces upright, stalkless spikeletes- white and feathery with dark purple scales

Pennsylvania Sedge Characteristics & Attributes:

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Green
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