Monthly Archives: January 2016

Sedge Season in the upper Midwest!

From Harbinger, Spring Issue 2016. Illinois Native Plant Society.   Botanist have documented almost 200 species at Hosah Park in Zion, Illinois. Of these, 169 are natives and thirteen are endangered or threatened. Among the more common are blazing star … 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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