Gray’s Sedge Information – How To Grow Gray’s Sedge Plants

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Gray’s Sedge Information – How To Grow Gray’s Sedge Plants

By Bonnie L. Grant One of the more widespread grass like plants in eastern North America is Gray’s sedge. The plant has many colorful names, most of which refer to its mace shaped flower head. Gray’s sedge care is minimal and as a landscape plant it is outstanding near a pond or water feature. Read on for some more Gray’s sedge information to see if this plant is right for your garden. Gray’s Sedge Information Grassy type plants provide airy elegance in many garden settings. Gray’s sedge (Carex grayi) is a native species that has funny star-like flower heads and arching to erect sword shaped foliage from which its genus name is derived. What is Gray’s sedge? This plant grows wild in wet to moist deciduous forests, along streams, swamps and boggy areas. The plant grows wild in more than half of eastern North America. Gray’s sedge is named after

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