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Carex bicknellii can be found in North America from Eastern half of Canada and south to Kansas. It grows in dry and moist prairies, open woodlands and rocky areas. This Carex tolerates dry locations better than many sedges. It is useful for rain gardens, meadows, and areas where drought-tolerant plants are required. Bicknell’s Sedge grows in tufts of green, narrow, grasslike foliage and spreads by rhizomes. This native sedge grows in tufts of green, narrow foliage. Copper, oval-shaped seed heads appear in spring, giving it one of its common names. Carex bicknellii is named in honor of Eugene Pintard Bicknell (1859-1925), who is known for his keen observations of plant and animal life. Bicknell’s Sedge is listed as endangered in Maine, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
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