Flowers bloom in late spring (May) in inflorescences atop rough, sharply triangular culms(stems) which rise up singly from rhizomes.
|Habitat||Shade-loving perennial sedge, typically grows in loose colonies with a creeping habit. Roots are reddish brown. It is often found in areas with oak trees. It is semi-evergreen in moderately cold winter climates. Groundcover for dry shade. Underplanting for shade perennials. Lawn substitute for dry soils in shady areas (forms a turf that never needs mowing or mow 2-3 times per year to 2" tall.|
|Height||6" - 1'|
|Leaf Description||Low sedge with soft, delicate, arching, semi-evergreen leaves 8-12" tall.|
|Soil Type||All Types|
|Light Source||Partial Shade, Sun|