Lesser Brown Sedge
Lesser Brown Sedge can be seen along roadsides.
This brown sedge likes dry open places like rocky coastal region. It grows well in and around New Brunswick, Maine, Northern New York, British Columbia, Minnesota, and Michigan. This plant fruits from July-September. This is a rare and almost endangered from being lost from the state of Maine. This plant is also classified as a perennial and can grow anywhere that water gathers. The leaves are simple and not complexed.
Scientific name- Carex Adusta Boott, Lesser Brown Sedge
The Lesser Brown Sedge has linear leaves and is unisexual. There is no bloom color on this plant because the plant will stay green year round. They are a grass and can be classified as both perennial or native grass. The Lesser Brown Sedge can grow up to 36 inches per year.
Lesser Brown Sedge is seen a lot growing in coastal areas
This grass will do well in moist and slightly dry regions. They need approximately a foot in between each other to grow. They can grow in any soil and are adaptable.