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What good are sedges?

I was having my hair cut today and I told the hairdresser that I found a small rare plant. She asked, “What good is it?” A fair question from someone who couldn’t care less. Well, it was only discovered in … Continue reading

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Rare Carex discovered

Palmetto, Journal of the Florida Native Plant Society, published in Dec. 2014 Read the article here: Carex peninsulae – Florida’s globally imperiled Carex Linda Curtis’ discovery of peninsula sedge, Carex paeninsulae, a category G2 plant. The plant image may be seen on … Continue reading

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Carex Corner, plus Bog-Fen Carex reviews

Carex Corner is written for Harbinger: Illinois Native Plant Society. Following after  is reviews for Bog-Fen Carex Wonderful reviews are coming in. Thanks to all. From Kew Botanic Garden, A. Marshall: “I like your description of a “belly-botanist” on p. … Continue reading

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Beautiful paintings

    Upper painting is a sedge meadow at LCFP Spring Bluff by steward Melissa Pierson, 2014. The lower painting was ussed by WES, Wisconsin Entomological Society of the Blandings Turtle and Ctenucha moth by Melissa Pierson, 2015,  as their … Continue reading

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Carex and Associates of Three Sisters Springs 2015

A new report: Carex and Inventory of Three Sisters Springs Wildlife Refuge 2015  is available from the author at lcurtisbotanist@ameritech.net  The previous 2014 report follows this 2025 brief update.               Introduction The serpentine basin … Continue reading

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