This Cyperaceae family member grows in peatlands. The sedge usually has one spike. Leaves are hairless. Edges of perigynia are serrated. Flowers and fruit appear at the same time.
|Bloom Time:||Late May to late July|
|Fruit Timing:||Late May to late July|
|Global and State Rank:||G5, S5|
|Commercially available landscape plant?||No|
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