This clump-forming sedge produces yellow-tan seedheads resembling a bristly, tapered bottle-brush. Host plant to a number of butterflies. The seeds provide food for birds.Good for a rain garden. Full to part shade, needs medium-wet to wet soil. 1-3'.

Carex stipata (Awl-Fruited Sedge)


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