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Carex grayi
Carex grayi
Common Name: Gray's Sedge
Gray's Sedge has become a commonly used ornamental sedge, which is prized for its unique nut-sized flower spikes, densely clumped foliage, and its tolerance of shade. It is naturally found in bottomland forests, swamps, banks of streams and lakes, and wet meadows. Gray's Sedge flowers from May to June and has stems that are reddish at the base. It becomes a golden color in fall.
Height: 18-30 Inches
Spread: 12-24 Inches
USDA Hardiness Zone: 5-8