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American beach grass is found on sand dunes along the Atlantic Ocean and Great Lakes. This species is a dune-building grass that helps build the first line of sand dunes along coasts. It thrives under conditions of shifting sand, sand burial…[More Info]
Upland sedge forms dense tufts of narrow, bright green foliage. Can be used as a groundcover, spreads slowly by rhizomes and will self-seed. Tolerant of dry soil conditions. Usually found in wooded areas. We apologize, but we have a No Advance…[More Info]
An elegant textured sedge, Carex Appalachia forms a neat clump of fine foliage with a fountaining habit. Good for erosion control and soil stabilization. Can be used as a groundcover, and seeds benefit birds. Likes it dry and can grow in full sun or …[More Info]
Dense clumps of slender leaves and star-like seed clusters make Carex radiata a particularly ornamental sedge. It prefers woodland settings with dabbled shade and fertile soils. Mixes well with other woodland species. Reproduces mainly through …[More Info]