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Bebb’s sedge is a clump-forming sedge with interesting fruit heads. This fine textured sedge has crowded fruit heads that are start out green, then mature to deep brown. It is found in wet meadows, calcareous fens, marshes, lake shores, and stream banks. The seeds are a food source for various wildlife. Bebb’s sedge is great for creating borders in home landscaping.
2 – 3 ft.
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