Tennessee Smart Yards Native Plants

A comprehensive database of Tennessee native plants

Owlfruit Sedge, Awlfruit Sedge, Prickly Sedge, Common Fox Sedge

Owlfruit Sedge, Awlfruit Sedge, Prickly Sedge, Common Fox Sedge

Carex stipata

Full sun to light shade; wet to moderately wet moisture level; soil may be sand, clay or loam.  2-3 feet height.

Germination Code:  C(60)

Cool season.  A common and adaptable wetland sedge that thrives in almost any wet soil.  It establishes quickly to provide rapid soil stabilization.  Attracts butterflies and birds.

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