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Upon receipt of your plants, unpack and unwrap the roots and mist with water. Plant within 24-48 hours. If you can not plant within this time frame, put your plants in a cool location (ex- basement, garage or cellar) and water the roots daily. Cover them back up with the plastic so they will not dry out until you can plant them. After planted, water every evening after the sun goes down for 5 days.
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Carex scoparia- Pointed Broomsedge For Sale Affordable Grower Direct Prices Tennessee Wholesale Nursery
Carex Scoparia -Pointed Broom Sedge Appearance Pointed broom sedge grows nearly anywhere in the continental United States. This sedge grows from 1.5 to 2.5 inches tall. Pointed broom sedge grows in tight bunches with flowering culms, or grass stems, and alternate leaves. The color of the sharp broom sedge ranges from light to medium green. Each culm looks slender, is stiff and contains three angled culms, and feels rough to the touch under the flowering portion of the plant. Leaves of this sedge can be up to 10 inches long and are full, growing up to one-eighth of an inch across. The inflorescence of this plant consists of five to 10 small flowering spices. At first, these spikes are a light green color, but they turn to a brown or tan shade as the sedge ages. Male floret portions of the pointed broomsedge are located below the female florets. The sedge’s spikes are shaped as an elliptical-lanceolate, and broader at the bottom than they are at the top. The pointed broom sedge blooms from late spring to the middle of the summer. The seeds of this plant are very lightweight and are quickly distributed via wind or water.
Buy Fast Growing Carex scoparia The pointed broomsedge
Contains roots that are short-rhizomatic and fibrous. Growing Conditions of the Pointed Broom Sedge The sharp broom sedge remains hardy from zone 4 to zone 8. It prefers wet prairies, marshy areas, and the edges of bodies of water and full sun conditions for optimal growth. This sedge plant prefers full to partial sun and conditions in the saturated soil.
For this reason, pointed broom sedge makes an excellent addition to areas around water features such as ponds. Pointed broomsedge is deer resistant. The seeds remain a favorite food for some insects, ducks, and turtles. Pointed Broomsedge stems and flowers of this sedge also provide amphibians and waterfowl with hiding and nesting places.
Pointed Broom Sedge
Pointed Broom Sedge (carex scoparia) is a widely distributed perennial sedge. A type of grass-like plant with triangular stems, seen throughout most of the United States, where it grows from coast to coast. It can also be found in southern Canada, and even in New Zealand as well as parts of Europe as an introduced species.
It prefers part shade, although quickly adapts to thrive in full sun. Pointed Broom Sedge's habitats vary but share a common characteristic of where the soil is especially wet. It can be seen in gravelly or sandy seeps, marshes, wet prairies, portions of ponds and streams, and also roadside ditches. It does well in an area that requires erosion control, as it can adjust to varying types of soils.
This sedge can reach anywhere from one to two feet tall. During the Pointed Broom Sedge's flowering period that lasts from May to July, the culms (flower-bearing stems) reach upwards of three feet tall and bear tiny spikes that reach half an inch with alternating leaves. Each stem consists of 5 - 10 tiny spikes that are about under an inch each in length. There are times where the spikes are crowded together along the central stalk, but on occasion, they will grow far enough from one another that they do not overlap. The spikes start as light green, but as they age, they become tan.
With how tall the Pointed Broom Sedge becomes, it makes for a great home and food source for songbirds in wet landscapes.