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Carex muskingumensis has brilliant green foliage that grows in a pinwheel, palm-like pattern. Found in lowland woods, floodplain forests, and shaded wet sites in central and upper Midwest. It prefers shade to part shade but can grow in sun if the soil is moist. Palm Sedge spreads slowly by rhizomes and reaches two feet. Plant it in moist locations, near water gardens or ponds, in low-lying areas or in average garden soil that remains humid. It is particularly lovely in mixed planters, especially when combined with other moisture-loving plants such Juncus or Acorus. Palm Sedge is an attractive native sedge that grows naturally in river bottoms. Carex muskingumensis is named for the Muskingum River, which flows for 111 miles in Southeast Ohio and is renowned for having the last hand-operated navigation lock system in the US.
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