1 - 2 feet
Wetlands, riverbanks, ditches, coastal swamps, inundated woods
¼-3 lbs per acre with approximately 2,000,000 seeds per lb
A native perennial grass-like sedge usually found at the edge of streams, ponds, sloughs or in seasonal wetlands. Usually seeded in mixes.
Planting Instructions: Use general ground prep method (click here).
Best planted in the fall since it requires 60 days of cold to break dormancy. Sow on or near the surface.