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Carex lupulina is native to North America from Nova Scotia to Minnesota and south to Florida and Texas. Hop Sedge is found in wet areas, including swamp forests, marshes, openings in forests, and wet meadows. Half-inch wide, yellow green foliage forms clumps. Conspicuous, bristly seedheads emerge in late spring and provide interest in the landscape and food for waterfowl. Carex lupulina is useful for ditches, bioswales, and wet areas. Tolerates some shade. Takes conditions similar to C. lurida, but is usually taller. Hop Sedge is also called Common Hop Sedge.
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