- Height At Maturity Under 3 Feet
- Ships Year Round
- Exposure Sun & Shade
- Bloom Season Summer
- Zone 3,4,5,6,7,8,9
- Bloom Color Green
- Usage Deer Resistant
- Categories Native Grasses
Pennsylvania Sedge is a Beautiful Woodland Ground Cover
The foliage of Pennsylvania sedge is pale green during spring and sandy tan in winter. It booms up with green color in open woodlands and spring margins — this plant used as a beautiful woodland groundcover. Pennsylvania sedge originates from the native East and North America. This plant hails from the species of the sedge family. Sometimes it is commonly referred to as Penn sedge. Its other names include common oak sedge, new sedge, and yellow sedge. According to the census of literature, Pennsylvania sedges found in Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec, located in Canada, are massively distributed in the United States of America. The plant is found in large monotypic stands. It is vegetative and spreads like rhizomes. The plant also distributes itself like clumps of malts with longer rhizomes that form wide attached colonies. Its formation in the farm creates perfect ground covers in a savannah-like forest. Mainly, Pennsylvania sedge grows in resistant grazing lands. Pennsylvania sedge typically grows in large clumps. They are naturally shorter, depending on the weather. The plants are monoecious. This means that they come in spikelets representative of male and female flowers. The little grass of this species can be medium to sharp triangular culms. These culms can rise to single horizons; They also have green staminate cells; The cells have reddish-purple touches of white margins; Additional features include the dark brown pistillate scales with midribs and margins. The flowers have tiny fruits called achenes with enclosed sac-like perigynia.
This sedge is easy to grow and deficient in maintenance.
Tolerating a relatively wide range of moisture conditions, this sedge is an excellent choice to plant in a rain garden or for use as a lawn substitute in dry, shaded soils. A bright green during the growing months, this sedge has been known to be semi-evergreen in moderately cold winter climates. Typically in loose colonies with a tendency to creep. Commonly found in areas with oak trees, this species has also gained the name “oak sedge.” This sedge does best partially to full shade and dry to medium soil conditions but can tolerate dense shade and wet soil. This sedge tends to prefer loose loams in dry soils, unlike most sedges which prefer moist to wet soils. Under optimal conditions, this sedge may self-seed but spread by rhizomes. For covering large areas, Pennsylvania Sedge – Carex pensylvanica is suggested that it may be best to purchase plants, as this species often do not grow well from seed.
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