Delightfully fine fountaining woodland sedge, purple & cream small flowers in May, arching leaves no more than 1/8” wide, spreads by short rhizomes, semi-evergreen, birds eat the seeds (Turkeys, Towhees, Sparrows..), fantastic groundcover, drought tolerant.
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4b-8a
Other names: Oak Sedge
Native Range: NB to ND, south to OK and the GA mountains
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