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Carex pensylvanica, commonly called Pennsylvania sedge, is a shade-loving perennial sedge that is native to thickets and dry woodland areas in Eastern and Central North America. It typically grows in loose colonies with a creeping habit. Roots are reddish brown. It is often found in areas with oak trees, hence the additional common name of oak sedge.
- Type: Grass
- Zone: 3 to 8
- Height: 0.50 to 1.00 feet
- Spread: 0.50 to 1.00 feet
- Bloom Time: May
- Bloom Description: Greenish
- Sun: Part shade to full shade
- Water: Dry to medium
- Maintenance: Low
- Suggested Use: Ground Cover, Naturalize, Rain Garden
- Flower: Insignificant
- Tolerate: Heavy Shade, Wet Soil