Eastern woodland sedge, Creek sedge, Common wood sedge
Cyperaceae (Sedge Family)
Marcus, Joseph A.
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Bloom InformationBloom Color:
Green Bloom Time:
Mar , Apr , May , Jun Bloom Notes: Perianth
absent. Bloom time refers to fruiting period for Carex spp.
, DC Canada: MB
, SK Native Habitat:
Frequent in moist woods, creek and river terraces, North Central Texas west to the Edwards Plateau. Needs good drainage.
Growing ConditionsWater Use:
High Light Requirement:
Sun , Part Shade , Shade Soil Moisture:
Moist , Dry CaCO3 Tolerance:
Medium Conditions Comments:
Creek sedge is similar to a grass with broad linear foliage. It can be used as an evergreen
groundcover or as a specimen plant.
BenefitInteresting Foliage: yes
Deer Resistant: High