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Three Seeded Sedge - Carex trisperma is an Dense Clump Grower
Three Seeded Sedge - Carex trisperma. The Three Seeded Sedge is a circumpolar species, found primarily in shady, mossy bogs and conifer swamps. The plant may have two to five perigynia in the terminal spike. The flowers are somewhat green in color and grow at the base of the spears around late spring to early summer. The stems of the Three Seeded Sedge have a thick, fibrous texture with three leaves tightly wrapped in a row. At full maturity, the stems have a spiky appearance and can vary in color. There are over 600 types of this plant in North America and they grow best in wet and moist, peaty soil.
Three Seeded Sedge Grow Best in Wet and Moist, Peaty Soil
There are over 600 species of Carex in North America. Many times it is seen growing within a group of its species while next to other species of its genus close. Flowers appearing green in color, grow at the base of the spears around late spring to early summer, forming a batch of seeds within. Stems have a thick, fibrous texture with three leaves tightly wrapped in a row giving it a spiky appearance once fully mature and giving it a beautiful variation of leaf orientation and accenting among other plants growing on the river or pond side. The colors can vary from a creamy yellow-green to darker-green hues with some parts of the plant a shade of brown.
The building at the water's edge, Three Seeded Sedge will not only add an all-around natural look to your pond or natural landscape but also provide an excellent habitat for varying species of animals preferring moist conditions.
Three Seeded Sedge
Much like other members of the Carex genus, this sedge typically grows in dense clumps with arrow shaped leaves. These leaves grow to a maximum width of roughly 1.5 inches, jutting out from a collection of up 10 spikes. The leaves do not grow on stalks and the flowers of the Three Seeded Sedge usually grow at the base of these spikes.
This plant's pistillate scales are typically round and oval shaped with a transparent light vanilla color and a dark green band around the midsection of the pistil. Fruiting season for the Three Seeded Sedge starts in late April towards the end of Spring and carrier in to mid-June. The fruits are contained within the pistil on Three Seeded Sedge's easily distinguishable spikes and up to 5 of these fruits are housed within each spike.
The stems of Three Seeded Sedge lean forward as they develop and reach a maximum length of roughly 24 inches under ideal growing conditions.
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