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US Native Sedge Seeds

These Sedge seeds are an interesting bunch. Most of these come from the genus of Carex and most are cool season type grasses. A lot of sedges are at home in a wetland habitat, but there are some that tolerate mesic soils as well. There are actually hundreds of the Carex family in existence, so this is just a sampling of the unique species to be found in this family. They are almost impossible to identify by their leaves, but identification becomes more apparent when the seed heads appear because they are so unique.
  • Awl fruited Oval Sedge Seeds Carex tribuloides Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Bebb's Oval Sedge Seeds Carex bebbii Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Bristly Sedge Seeds Carex comosa Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Brown Fox Sedge Seeds Carex vulpinoidea Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Common Hop Sedge Seeds Carex lupulina Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Out of Stock Common Oak Sedge Seeds Carex pensylvanica Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Common Tussock Sedge Seeds Carex stricta Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Copper Shouldered Oval Sedge Seeds Carex bicknellii Quick View

    Starting at $3.00 USD
  • Crested Oval Sedge Seeds Carex cristatella Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Fox Sedge Seeds Carex stipata Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Long Awned Bracted Sedge Seeds Carex gravida Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Northwest Territory Sedge Seeds Carex utriculata Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Oval Sedge Seeds Carex scoparia Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Plains Oval Sedge Seeds Carex brevior Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Porcupine Sedge Seeds Carex hystericina Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Sallow Sedge Seeds Carex lurida Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Spreading Oval Sedge Seeds Carex normalis Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
These Sedge seeds are an interesting bunch. Most of these come from the genus of Carex and most are cool season type grasses. A lot of sedges are at home in a wetland habitat, but there are some that tolerate mesic soils as well. There are actually hundreds of the Carex family in existence, so this is just a sampling of the unique species to be found in this family. They are almost impossible to identify by their leaves, but identification becomes more apparent when the seed heads appear because they are so unique.