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Carex pensylvanica

Pennsylvania Sedge

Carex pensylvanica, also known as Pennsylvania sedge, is well known for its beautiful colonies that grow under dappled to shady canopy in dry woodlands. Carex pensylvanica is a cool-season slow speading rhizomatous sedge which can form large colonies of delicate, thin foliage which reach a height 6-8". Pennsylvania sedge is great as a groundcover or "lawn" substitute, in low traffic, shady settings.

  • »  Slow rhizomatous
  • »  Groundcover
  • »  Cool season

Additional Information
Height 4-16 in
Hardiness Zone 4-8
Detailed Description for Carex

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