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Appalachian Sedge - 100 Plugs

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David Coffelt
Appalachian Sedge

looks great around my front porch

Appalachian Sedge Plant

This plant is native to the United States and is perfect for growing on masses, slopes, or lawn alternatives. Appalachian sedge is a fine texture sedge first found in the woodlands regions from Maine down to Kentucky.

The clump-growing sedge is considered an endangered species as it is hard to find in the wild. It contains narrow foliage that lies a foot long in large mounds about six inches off the ground. When the sedges are planted on masses or slopes, the foliage curves, swirls, and moves along the slopes.

The sedge lives on dry soil in the wild as it is typically found in dry deciduous forests when it grows in the wild. It grows the best when covered in the shade and planted in warmer regions, as it doesn't adapt to cold conditions well. This plant is an excellent addition to most gardens. It is low maintenance and has naturally beautiful curving, swaying, and intermingling foliage.

Once planted, the only thing the sedge needs to dry is regular watering for the first couple of weeks as the roots take hold of the soil. The low-maintenance plant grows and blooms when planted in dry to slightly moist soil and under shade. An Appalachian sedge is an excellent option for gardens in warmer regions. The low-maintenance, vibrantly green plant is the pop of color every garden needs.

 

Flower Form:The Appalachian Sedge is an essential plant for soil stabilization. Appalachian Sedge is usually one of the first plants to appear after the fire. It is considered an endangered species in some areas. The sedge makes for a good ground cover in dry areas. Its clumpy habit makes it suitable for a border along a pathway. Its hair-like texture makes it an excellent plant for containers and rock gardens.

It is considered an endangered species in some areas. The sedge makes for a good ground cover in dry areas; Its clumpy habit makes it a suitable species for a border along a pathway.

Appalachian Sedge's hair-like texture makes it a Nice Plant for Containers and Rock Gardens.

This beautiful sedge is a beautiful plant. This plant is an excellent growth too. This sedge grows naturally and can be found in eastern North America. This plant grows best in well-drained soils but can adapt more easily than most sedge plants. This plant also has tiny little blooms.


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Spread: 12 to 18 inches

Spacing: 9 to 12 inches

Growth Rate: Moderate

Flowering Time:Bloom time is in late spring, with seeds forming from late spring to early summer. The seeds are only viable for a short time.

How Long It Flowers: Stays green until winter when it turns tan

Flower Color: Mid-green blades

Soil Requirements: Plant in well-drained soil but is adaptable to most soil types

Pruning: Cut back aging foliage in late winter

Botanical Latin Name:Carex Appalachia

Common name:Appalachian Sedge

Sun Exposure:Partial to full shade

Mature Height:8 to 10 inches

Spread:12 to 18 inches

Spacing:9 to 12 inches

Growth Rate:Moderate

Flowering Time:Bloom time is late spring, with seeds forming in late spring to early summer. The seeds are only viable for a short time.

How Long It Flowers:Stays green until winter when it turns tan

Flower Color:Mid-green blades

Soil Requirements:Plant in well-drained soil but is adaptable to most soil types

Pruning:Cut back aging foliage in late winter

Flower Form:The sedge is an essential plant for soil stabilization. It is usually one of the first plants to appear after a fire.