Sedge meadows naturally protect water quality by trapping sediment and nutrients during seasonal flooding. These important plant communities also provide wildlife habitat for many small mammals and waterfowl. Best if planted in saturated soils with full sun.
6.00 PLS LBS/Acre
90.00 Seed/Sq. Ft
Wildflowers: Sweet Flag, Mud Plantain, Meadow Anemone, Great Angelica, Marsh (Red) Milkweed, New England Aster, Swamp Aster, White Wild Indigo, Common Beggars's Tick, Wild Senna, Spotted Joe Pye Weed, Boneset, Sneezeweed, Tall Sunflower, Great St. John's Wort, Southern Blue Flag Iris, Marsh Blazing Star, Cardinal Flower, Great Blue Lobelia, Water Horehound, Glade Mallow, Ditch Stonecrop, Obedient Plant, Mountain Mint, Black-Eyed Susan, Wild Golden Glow, Sweet Black-Eyed Susan, Common Arrowhead, Cup Plant, Prairie Dock, Grass-Leaved Goldenrod, Ohio Goldenrod, Riddell's Goldenrod, Great Bur Reed, Purple Meadow Rue, Blue Vervain, Ironweed
Grasses, Sedges & Rushes: Big Bluestem, Fringed Brome, Bluejoint Grass, Bebb's Oval Sedge, Copper-Shouldered Oval Sedge, Bristly Sedge, Fringed Sedge, Porcupine Sedge, Common Lake Sedge, Long-Beaked Sedge, Common Fox Sedge, Tussock Sedge, Brown Fox Sedge, Rattlesnake Grass, Reed Manna Grass, Fowl Manna Grass, Dudley's Rush, Path Rush, Torrey's Rush, Rice Cut Grass, Switchgrass, Hard-stem Bulrush, Wool Grass, Great Bulrush, Prairie Cordgrass