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Frank’s Sedge is a 1′ to 2′ tall native perennial member of the sedge family. There are 1 or more flowering stems with 3 to 8 spikelets of seed about 2″ long and ?” wide at the end of each stem. Frank’s Sedge flowers in early to mid-summer and prefers wet to moist rich soils. It requires wet conditions and is found in wet woodlands, sloughs, around seeps, swamp edges, ditches, wet prairies, and other wet areas. It often forms dense clumps from spreading rhizomes. Franks Sedge is an important wetland plant and the seed is usually included in wet meadow, wetland restoration, and wetland conservation and habitat seed mixes. It is a valued food plant for upland game birds, waterfowl, wading birds, and songbirds.
Number of seed is Pure Live Seed, not bulk
Species is US Native, not introduced alien
We grow the seed so we control quality
A 1′ to 2′ tall native perennial in the sedge family featuring 3 to 8 two inch long spikelets. An early to mid-summer flowering plant growing in full sun or partial shade in wet to moist soils.
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