Deep-rooted sedge invades wetlands and disturbed areas throughout the southeastern United States. It grows up to 40” tall. It forms a thick mat of rhizomes. The leaves are glossy and flat or V-shaped. The terminal inflorescence has 5-11 rays which end in densely clustered spikelets.
Fact Sheet: Deep-rooted Sedge
Photo credit: Richard Carter, Valdosta State University, Bugwood.org
Photo Credit: Charles T. Bryson, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bugwood.org