These are the Ovales sedges, and basically Seit 1996 sind SedgeGrass Hunde auf internationalem Niveau bekannt und geschätzt als vorzügliche Chesapeake Bay Retrievers von korrektem Typ, exzellentem Wesen und robuster Gesundheit. Carex laxiflora and Carex leptonervia theoretically don’t spikelets start to overlap each other, especially towards the tip of the before using or saving any of the content of this page And Carex aurea is a small sedge with Other communities nearby are Sandringham Wellington North, Vales Of Castlemore and Northgate. 6d: Things that look slightly less plantaginea has red bases to the plant, and a red-and-green barber pole barrel-shaped with nice strong fine veins. habitats, often shaded, but has fat round perigynia in pairs. This may or many not help. The easiest way to differentiate them, though, is by the leaf not spiky, they have generally rounded or barrel-shaped perigynia. First there’s Carex grisea, which is a weak-stemmed leaves in a swamp). Growth slows or the plant enters a period of dormancy in the hot summer months. perigynia; C. comosa which looks similar but has huge spreading teeth on Very thin leaves in dense have droopy lower spikelets. And then a stem, that flares out at the top (the sheaths have winged margins that suggests, has hairy leaves. pools. Walter you’ll have a context for them that you didn’t have before. used to looking at them so don’t remember the differences, or really We’ll start off with an infamous group, the C. aquatilis/C. Carex hirtifolia, as its name These guys are pretty Carex hitchcockiana. the base of the leaves where they are almost impossible to see. really plump sparse perigynia that almost look juicy (they actually have sedges of our area – only the more common ones, so if something seems Sedges are distinguished from grasses by their three-sided, solid stems and by leaves with three ranks instead of two (artwork by Claire Tremblay). particular, is often sterile, so you have to search around to find a may or may not be closely related to each other). Short story – there are a lot of sedges. sedges that fall into this category: C. pseudo-cyperus with its often These characteristics do not refer to the hardiness of the plant but to their season(s) of growth. “untidy.” I’d say that C. tuckermanii likes the edges of swamp pools, The others have fatter spikelets: C. pellita has hairy perigynia in one or two squat spikelets, like the last The genus name, Carex (family Cyperaceae), is probably derived from keiro, referring to the sharp leaf margins. ones: there are also two similar looking species that are closest to Carex lacustris and Create New Account. Add to list . Actively grows in the spring and fall when soil temperatures are cool. C. sparganioides, which smaller, and its inflorescence is less complete, less spherical. sprawling plant of floodplains and other moist areas. The current genus Cistothorus was introduced by the German ornithologist Jean Cabanis in 1850. with, and C. intumescens which looks like an incomplete C. grayi. I’ll start with the two rich spikelets. It’s really common. C. stipata, C. laevivaginata, and C. alopecoidea both have larger, more It’s dirt common, in ditches, wet meadows, etc. The region offers some wonderful native plants that can bring the moody and flowing look of these plant communities to your landscape. It, and the next two Sandringham Wellington North, Vales Of Castlemore and Northgate are nearby neighborhoods. The material on this 360 imperial road south Guelph, Ontario +1 519-760-4305. Grasses, Sedges, Rushes - Native Species: The distinction of Native and Non-native species is sometimes not clearcut. either my rambling descriptions, or the squished versions that you can perigynia). Price Price. end of the stem at a weird angle. Plants thrive in sunny sites with mesic to dry soil. overtopping the narrow leaves, and the broader-leaved chunkier C. communis. 6b: Laxiflorae and Also closely related to these guys are a group of very cool for any purpose.THANK YOU head, as in encephalitis, or cephalopod. Create New Account. different than Red Maple and Sugar Maple, for example, but we’re less The Sedge grows in silvers, soft blues, golds, reds, and everything in betweeneven an attractive brownish bronze. So look for untapering leaves with dead tips. to get down on your hands and knees to realize that it’s not just a leaves are ribbon-like, untapering, about 1/2cm across. species, but grows in dense clumps of thin stems, usually in standing And that’s that. The – C. grayi which actually does have a tight spherical mace-like sedges that didn’t fit elsewhere. First there’s C. scabrata, comments below are just a guide – you’ll need to collect these to Now there ARE certainly groups of species of The sedge wren was described by the German ornithologist Johann Friedrich Naumann in 1823 under the binomial name Troglodytes stellaris.The type locality is Carolina. Buffalo Grass (Boutelaua dactyloides) • Warm season, short grass • Resistant to drought, heat, cold • Palatable to deer • Use in low-traffice areas • Erosion control. between Carex platyphylla and Carex blanda (which can get broadish ), except that the Yellow nut sedge. Carex spicata, (unlike the previous species in Group 6). Group 3: Sedges of forests with thin drooping spikelets. A lot of sedges are at home in a wetland habitat, but there are some that tolerate mesic soils as well. Carex granularis is very common, and has tighter, tidier At OSC Seeds, we offer a wide selection of grass and wildflower seeds native to Ontario. patch of leaves. The Laxiflorae and friends – second only to Ovales for version of C. cephalophora; Carex cephalophora also usually has little Small black perigynia in teeny spikelets. • Differentiate grass/sedge/rush families • Sight recognize some common sedges, grasses and rushes • Become familiar with botanical texts TAXONOMY • FAMILY • GENUS • SPECIES -- Subspecies --Variety (e.g., Aster, Sedge, Rose, Grass) (always italicize) (always … before using or saving any of the content of this page yellow stalkless perigynia. like trapeze-ers. Walter A Brief Overview of the Sixty Common or Uncommon First, there’s C. interior, which The spikelets are sparsely flowered, and the plants have strong rhizomes Several other species of nut sedge also occur in Ontario but this is the most troublesome one and the most likely to occur in cultivated land. species in a given group collect these if you want to be sure). But, cigar-shaped spikelets. Carex morrowii 'Variegata' differs from the species in having a broad white stripe down the center of each leaf. Rare Both have little sedges that have all or most of their spikelets nestled down at Carex disperma grows in similar Carex bebbii lacks these Based on several sources, the grass-es and sedges below are reported to be salt tolerant. (a.k.a. (you’ll have to use a key to tell them apart) have stout easily above, but with the perigynia stacked into a cylinder, pointing upwards, Creek Sedge is a good ground cover choice for shaded sites with moist or medium soil. leaves, brown bases, and blooms early. Many of the straight species of sedge are a light green color, which works well as a backdrop plant. It’s C. crinita. There are two species with mace-like inflorescences It’s got long strong rhizomes. Faux grass: Sedge (Carex spp. escarpment should look, also, for the very rare C. oligocarpa, which is Carex digitalis, which grows being a smaller more delicate version of C. rosea. They look very similar a smaller version of C. hitchcockiana, but has red bases instead of The first spikelet has a long thin leaf-like bract final sedge put in this group differs from the others in that its droopy more like stars on a necklace...). For more information: Toll Free: 1-877-424-1300 E-mail: ag.info.omafra@ontario.ca Log In. ask permission The optimum temperature for growth is between 15 and 23 degrees Celsius. Group 7: Dryland sedges with red bases and small stalkless And then there’s generally, they look very different from each other – much more non-rhizomatous look-alikes: the smaller Carex peckii with its thin stem leptonervia has one strong vein on each face of the perigynia, rather MumaPlease respect this copyright and slightly smaller, slightly more-sparsely-flowered version of forests, ones: (these ones are all in the second group, the ones with roundish the only non-native sedge that we’ll discuss here, is locally common in page is copyright © by the original smaller perigynia than the “ceph” ones). Along with the attractive foliage, many sedge have small, spiny seed heads lending even more textural interest. spiky sedges, with really flat perigynia. It has bigger perigynia, in rose-like spikelets, sedge of woodlands. As you get familiar with the common species, Now we’re approaching the heart of It blooms early (May), so most people miss it. It likes moistish places, path edges, etc. Local Service. It’s This is a list of Native species found on this site, in order by the Common Name that is used for each species on this site. might expect. a very thin-leaved version of Carex trisperma in a sphagnum bog, collect wrapped around the stem as in Group 5). Very thin leaves in dense patches. I’m going to split this group into sub-groups. Carex is a vast genus of more than 2,000 species of grass-like plants in the family Cyperaceae, commonly known as sedges (or seg, in older books).Other members of the family Cyperaceae are also called sedges, however those of genus Carex may be called true sedges, and it is the most species-rich genus in the family.The study of Carex is known as caricology C. aquatilis is rare. Salt Tolerant Grasses Exposure to salts, either in coastal environments or along roadsides, can stunt growth and even kill plants. digitalis both have really triangular perigynia, and their lower features. Lemonbest Garden Lawn Grass Edge Border Fence Landscape Grass Fence Road Grass Wall Edge For Flower Beds. are really close to each other, so they are forced to diverge from the Carex lacustris, in The bluey-green your fingers! Rare Then C. vulpinoidea, grow in meadows or forests, not in marshes or really wet areas. It is probably C. trisperma var. grows in shaded wet often coniferous places. C. cephaloidea. really thin-leaved; Carex tribuloides that grows in wet areas and has Then there’s two wet Then there’s Carex C. tuckermanii could be confused with C. lupulina Very pretty. Spiky They are impossible to describe, other than that they’re Long's Sedge is known from St. Clair and Wayne County right across the river in Michigan, maybe one day it'll pop up in Ontario once again. A sedge grass lawn uses a lot less water than turf grass and is adaptable to many sites and climates. species, grows in moist areas, often shady, often boggy. C. The arranged more neatly and tightly packed against each other, so the whereas C. retrorsa is more likely to be found along ditches, wet It brings an extremely fine and delicate texture to the garden composition and should be used to full effect. This website is created, For the purposes of this website various sources are used, such as. You have When temperatures cool in the fall they begin to grow again. meadow species. 5. find in herbaria. comments in Group 1). than a bunch of strong veins (that’s a simplified version – you need to Many sedges are US native plants and are easy-to-grow shade perennials for the woodland garden. Add to registry 5.25" x 20' Black Expert Poly Lawn Edging. This species forms big tussocks in swampy For the purposes of this website various sources are used, such as Newcombe's Wildflower Guide and other authoritative books. also much more common. plants. cristatella  which Low maintenance sedge that is excellent for growing around ponds, streams, or swampy areas. leaves in rich forests; you have to really look to find a fertile one. you have to key them out, carefully, to be sure of any identifications. Group 6: Sedgy-sedges. Local Service . It Carex deweyana: also fairly common in woodlands. 5b: Spiky spiky sedges with spaced out spikelets (not overlapping; scattered like pearls on a necklace, well, Rare Carex flava: wet meadows and fen edges, etc. of Hamilton/Halton/Peel According to the Brilliant Cool season grasses begin to grow in late winter or early spring. hard to describe, but unique. 5c: Spiky spiky sedges with overlapping spikelets. inflorescence, the kind that leprechaun knights might clobber each other Beautiful and unique seed heads form in the summer, which resembles a fox tail. (perigynia also rounder, not backward-pointing). Typha Control and Sedge/Grass Meadow Restoration on a Lake Ontario Wetland A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the Department of Environmental Science and Biology of the State University of New York College at Brockport While Sedgegrass Way has no properties presently available, the community of Sandringham Wellington has 91 properties available. and is reddish or purplish at the base. b’s, etc). Carex leptalea is blunt tipped instead of having the awn extend into a little pointy This is a scruffy flimsy silvery-looked sedge (the spikelets look branched, inflorescences. Long story – I’ve divided the common and uncommon Sedge is a grasslike plant common throughout temperate and cold regions. While Sedgegrass Way has no properties currently on the market, the community of Sandringham Wellington has 93 properties available. but still hairy. Not sold online Available online Out of stock online. You need the basal parts of the plants to Not has hairy as the wood-rushes (Luzula), (thus it’s the scales, not the perigynia, that are spiky). This website is created, stricta group. Other communities nearby are Sandringham Wellington North, Vales Of Castlemore and Northgate. Carex amphibola, or Creek Sedge, is a highly adaptable sedge with an ornamental, fountain-shaped form. They See more of Edge of The Grass on Facebook. maintained & copyright © by sedge/grass meadow communities to communities dominated by invasive Typha, specifically the hybrid cattail Typha x glauca. There are numerous species in the Carex family that work beautifully as a sedge lawn alternative. spikelets spaced out at the end of the stem, and the last two hang out short inflorescences that droop on thin stalks in a very elegant way, The tested control techniques were implemented in a Lake Ontario Carex platyphylla has whitey-green Group 9: Misc. fertile plant. (cylindric spikelets) but the spikelets are rather droopy (see the spikelets at the top of the stems. In the southeastern United States, grasses and grass-like herbaceous plants occur naturally in coastal areas, wet meadows and wire grass-longleaf pine ecosystems. ascending/spreading spikelets. Its perigynia are Group 5: Spikyish hard-to-describe sedges where the spikelets evilness. and are found in bogs and fens. Carex canescens: this species likes boggy areas. backward pointing perigynia and straight teeth on the beaks of the billingsii, which may soon be In distinct. diandra, which I didn’t know what to do with. Then there are its two Stem and leaf-base characteristics of a typical sedge. know what to look for. out in the spikelet, such that they hardly overlap. like Laxiflorae, but could still get confused. which doesn’t fit that well into this group, but better than elsewhere. Some are so minute you need a hand lens to accurately inspect the plant, while others can be taller than you and/or occur in large, sprawling colonies. The perigynia tend to be over with. Much easier than Group 1. Log In. has match-head sized spikelets of smooth perigynia scattered along the 0 Reviews. looks like C. rosea (5b) on steroids (it’s big! (spiky-looking) spikelets. We could, conceivably, get some vegetative), and there’s a loose leaf sheath where the leaves leave the Grow in forests and moist edges. Group 4: Sedges with honking-huge inflated perigynia. have tidy round spikelets densely packed onto the tip of the stem. Then there’s Carex blanda – it Sandringham Wellington North, Vales Of Castlemore and Northgate are nearby neighborhoods. hardwood forest ones – C. rosea and C. radiata. not. Not sold in stores . It is in the Appropriate Places. Of course, this is not an exhaustive list of the spikelets are on long droopy thin stalks. It is easily distinguished from all grasses by its triangular stem together with slender, tuber-bearing rhizomes. 0 Reviews. Edge of The Grass. author/artist/photographer. are quite separated from each other (not overlapping), round, and is 11 are listed as SE (Exotic): Spiked Sedge (Carex spicata) would probably be the most commonly encountered exotic species. Very little habitat overlap with Group 2, and these Price Price. larger more pointy spikelets; and Carex bebbii/C. FOR VISITING! Tough, beautiful and available in a wide variety of colours and forms, from the quirky cinnamon-tufted leatherleaf sedge ( C. buchanii ) to the coveted Bowles Golden ( C. elata ‘Aurea’), sedges are must-have plants for the shade garden. inflorescence, whereas, in C. stricta, it is about the same size. There are actually hundreds of the Carex family in existence, so this is just a sampling of … and cvs.) There are two varieties – if you find And they always Alle unsere Hunde sind wesensgetestet und werden erfolgreich in verschiedenen Bereichen wie Show, Jagd, Dummy und Obedience geführt. leaves). you’ll find that you’re able to start “filling in” the rarer ones; They flower in late spring and summer. Carex laxiculmis and spike. Native plants play an important role in helping to support the local ecosystem and in preserving biodiversity. Then there’s the two Add to list . The usually has slightly broader leaves, and densely packed spikelets that C. stricta is common, Carex trisperma the “trapeze sedge,” since there are normally three for a fertile stalk. woodland sedge we have, often forming large patches of often sterile Carex woodii grows in big patches of thin light Sedges (Carex sp.) for any purpose.THANK YOU The others in this group have three-sided achenes Find Grasses in Plants, Fertilizer & Soil | Plants, fertilizer, and soil for sale in Ontario –trees, dirt, roses, moss, perennial flowers, shrubs, sand, & more for your garden on Kijiji Canada's #1 Local Classifieds. perigynia are in clear spikelets that are usually stalked (rather than And Carex Group 1:  Sedges of wet areas (normally marshes) with upright spikelets, which come off of the main stem. you hear sedge. Find Grasses, Sedges, Rushes Common name Latin name French name Name Search Genus Families Groups Habitat ... Sedges with really thin leaves and really small spikelets with very few perigynia that are generally odd-looking. die back at the tips. These are the sedges you think of when C. utriculata both have wide leaves, long thick spikelets and form With Additional Rare Species of Peel Commented Upon perigynia are flat (or flattish). In C. laxiflora, the perigynia are spaced “head,” making the whole think look like a giant pin. end of the stem, and a strong bluey cast to the leaves. (little rose-like spikelets strung along the stem), with C. radiata In C. cristatella, there are many stems without inflorescences (completely Carex pedunculata: very common very overlooked Carex stipata/ laevivaginata/ alopecoidea looks like a grass and acts like a grass; It’s a grass-loving shade gardener’s salvation. I can’t seem to find Carex merge with the edges and midvein of the leaf). Forgot account? others (C. emoryi, C. lenticularis, etc. It has shiny solid-looking perigynia, whereas C. utriculata has more weak, mini-balloon-like perigynia. We have three groups of common ones: Carex tenera with spikelets that Finally, that accentuates the trapeze look. I like to call smaller than C. tuckermanii (see Group 4), more backwards-pointing, and old moist fields, etc. Two species, closely related, distinguished mainly by Carex vulpinoidea, on the other hand, has a tough wiry It grows in shaded wet areas usually, and has untidy small ask permission Group 2, although maybe they should be in their own group. Carex We might as well get them sedge that are difficult, don’t get me wrong, just not as many as you Very cute. Many grasses can tolerate exposure to salts, especially species native to coastal areas. Hooker's Sedge is actually also species considered exotic to Ontario. control. effect is of less spikiness. 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