Delicate in appearance, bristleleaf sedge makes a wonderful, low-growing groundcover or lawn alternative. It can grow in sun or shade and is drought tolerant once established. It blooms in spring providing an important early season food source for birds and other wildlife.
Fantastic groundcover or lawn alternative
Birds and other wildlife eat the seeds
Tolerates deer and heavy shade
Listed as endangered in several Northeastern states
Heat and drought tolerant, easy to grow