Carex plantaginea


A beautiful native sedge I saw often hiking in the woods as a child.
Leaves are broad for a sedge, just over an inch wide, with a distinctive puckered pattern running down their length. Flowers in spring are odd little dark spikes that are interesting but not exactly showy. Really, this thing is all about the foliage. A little less than a foot tall and roughly as wide, happy in deciduous woodland conditions. Lovely and happy with ferns and hostas. Zone 4
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 31 December, 2012.