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Carex crinita

Fringed Sedge

Carex crinata, Fringed sedge, is a common sedge of cooler northern climates.  Fringed sedge is named for its slender drooping seed heads that are present from June through July. It stands at 3-4’ tall. Fringed sedge is commonly found in partial to deep shade in SE pennsylvania.

  • »  Cool season wetland grass with drooping seed head
  • »  Tolerates deep shade and provides erosion control

Additional Information
Height 12-36 in
Hardiness Zone 3-8
Color Brown
Detailed Description for Carex

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