The plant grows best in USDA Growing Zones 3 – 8 and reaches a maximum height of between 15-30 centimeters. Typically, the Pennsylvania Sedge blooms in late Spring months, and the plant best grown in dry soil with ample shade. Colonies of Pennsylvania Sedge grow as far north as Quebec and as far south as Mississippi. There is currently a large population of Pennsylvania Sedge growing along the Missouri River in the surrounding dry forests and on the ledges of the overlooking bluffs. The roots are typically light brown to dark red, and colonies grow in bunches of up to 21 centimeters in height.
In ideal growing conditions, the Pennsylvania Sedge is self-seeding.
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