1-3 narrow male spikes above the fruited female spikes (2-5 spikes). Female scales pointed or rounded at the tips.
|Habitat||Perennial sedge also referred to as upright sedge or hummock sedge. Forms large tussocks over time 8" or more in height. Plant communities include sedge meadows, shallow marshes, vens, shores, streambanks, ditches. Deer & Rabbit resistant.|
|Leaf Description||2-6 mm wide. The lowest leaves reduced to brown scales. Lower sheaths have ladder-like strands up to the base. Triangular stems, rough to the touch.|