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Carex rostrata
Carex rostrata
Common Name: Beaked Sedge
Beaked Sedge is a large sedge that is naturally found in swamps, wet meadows, marshes, and wet margins of ponds and streams. This species has a light green color and retains some old growth at the bottom of the plant. The stalks are spongy and thickened at their base. Male and female flowers appear from May to August and are held on separate spikes, with the male flowers above the female spikelets.
Height: 1-4 Feet
Spread: 1-2 Feet
USDA Hardiness Zone: 4-5