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Carex perdentata

Carex perdentata

Common name Webberville sedge; Texas sedge
Family cyperaceae
Life cycle perennial
Size 10"
Light sun-part shade

Fine-textured low-growing tufted sedge, native to this general area of Texas. Can be used as a turfgrass alternative, but we planted it in the front of a shrub and perennial border, hoping it will look better than the liriope that the builder installed and looked fairly consistently terrible. With some luck, it will naturalize.

In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: houston front yard

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