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Carex sprengelii

Long-beaked sedge is a clumping sedge, preferring part to full shade and average soil.  Its growth begins early in the spring and gets about 2’ tall.  Long-beaked sedge is a larval host plant for several species of butterflies and moths, and Wild Turkey, Eastern Towhee, and several sparrow species eat the seeds.


Carex sprengelii_Long-Beaked Sedge

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