Another Cyperaceae family member that prefers to grow in peaty areas. The plant grows in clumps. The stem is thin and triangular. The male flower cluster is club shaped and at the top of stems, while the female flower clusters are spaced out along the stem.
|Other Common Names:||Northern Long Sedge|
|Bloom Time:||Late May to late July|
|Fruit Timing:||Late May to late July, old fruit to late September|
|Global and State Rank:||G5, S5|
|Commercially available landscape plant?||No|
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