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Belton, MO 64012
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Carex blanda
Carex blanda
Common Name: Eastern Woodland Sedge
Eastern Woodland Sedge is adapted to grow in shaded areas that are somewhat drier than what most sedges prefer. This perennial species grows in bunches and has green flowers that turn into brown fruit from April through June. Its leaves are up to 1/2 inch wide and are rough along the margins. Eastern Woodland Sedge is possibly the most common sedge in Missouri and is found in swamps, bottomland forests, moist and dry upland forests, disturbed shaded locations, lawns, and roadsides.
Height: 4-24 Inches
Spread: 6-12 Inches
USDA Hardiness Zone: 4-9