Category Archives: Sedges

Cotton Grass

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Last May Leonard and I discovered what we thought was a member of the Sedge Family growing in a boggy area just west of the covered bridge on Howland Hill Road near the boundary of Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park … Continue reading

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Tall Flatsedge

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Earlier in June Leonard and I found tall flatsedge (Cyperus eragrostis) growing along the Churn Creek Trails in Redding CA (Shasta County). A perennial, tall flatsedge is native to the Pacific States, Southeastern United States and South America. It is … Continue reading

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Mountain Sedge

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Superficially sedges resemble grasses. The sedge family is large and contains several genera. Sedges are difficult to identify and often require the use of a microscope or field lens – as well as experience and expertise. Sedges have three-angled stems … Continue reading

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