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Necklace Sedge - Carex projecta

Necklace Sedge - Carex projecta

Carex projecta, or Necklace Sedge, is a perennial sedge native to Michigan and the U.P..  According to Minnesota Wildflowers, it prefers part shade or shade with moist to wet soil and is often found in forests, thickets, meadows, swamps, swales, shores, river and creek banks. This is a taller, graceful sedge with arching inflorescences. As often happens with plants more common in the U.P. than elsewhere in the state, little information is available on specific insects or birds using this sedge. In general, sedges host moth and butterfly larvae. This plant would make a graceful foliage accent to a shady rain garden or moist woodland garden.

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