Marsh Sedge attracts wildlife
Marsh sedge grows in groups in the marsh. It likes very wet conditions. It is a nesting place for sea or marsh birds. Cranes and herons like this for a place to nest and eat. It has inconspicuous flowering end. It is in the cyperaceae family.
Marsh Sedge is a perennial grass
As a prennial grass, it only needs to be planted once. Marsh Sedge does well in different soil conditions. This sedge will also bring lots of birds to a lawn or landscape. It is a perennial and has a long life. Like most sedge it will help with erosion. It is native to North America.