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Pennsylvania Sedge has low-growing, bright green, narrow foliage and spreads slowly by rhizomes and is most effective when planted in masses. Our most popular native sedge, it makes a fine lawn alternative and ground cover. Sometimes it is planted as a ‘no-mow grass’ or lawn substitute. Carex pensylvanica is also useful in woodland gardens or shady areas; however, it doesn’t mind being planted in sun if it gets sufficient moisture. This native, petite, eight-inch beauty flowers in May. In the wild, Carex pensylvanica provides shelter and dancing grounds for grouse and prairie chickens. It is semi-evergreen and drought tolerant once established. This graceful little sedge is found in meadows or forest floors from Maine to Alabama and into the Dakotas.
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