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Add Cherokee Sedge to your list of great North American native grasses. Carex cherokeensis serves as a foundation in the landscape, particularly in meadow gardens, rain gardens, ground covers, natural areas, and in alternatives to traditional plantings. It’s a workhorse, too. Cherokee Sedge can handle sun, preferring some shade; it likes moist conditions, yet, it also tolerates average soils. The rich green, arching foliage spreads slowly in well-behaved clumps—a verdant companion to woodland perennials. It is similar to C. pensylvanica, but is a little larger with a coarser texture. Flowers are small, but the wheat-like seed spikes that follow gracefully droop and add interest in spring. Found primarily in lower Southeast U.S.
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