Carex bromoides - Brome-like Sedge
This slow-forming clump is a host plant for a variety of butterflies and moths. Its seeds are popular amongst birds. Commonly found in woodlands throughout Eastern United States.
Grass-like sedge that is good for suppressing weeds and as a groundcover. Can do well in wet part-shade and average sunny locations. Can stand alone or be mingled with other species to bring ornamental value.
Height: 1-2 ft
Sun: Part Shade
Water: Medium to Wet
Bloom time: May, June, July