Carex bebbii (Bebb's Oval Sedge) is a cool season clump-forming sedge commonly found in high-quality wet prairies. Bebb’s Oval Sedge grows to between about two to three feet high. This sedge has yellow to green seedheads that sit upon delicately textured leaves. Many butterflies, moths and skippers use it as larval food and several species of waterfowl consume the seeds.
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