Bur Sedge can be seen in many gardens, popular due to its versatility and star-shaped seed heads that persist through the winter–seeds that are often eaten by songbirds. Prefers moist soils and a little shade.
Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade, Shade
Moisture: Medium, Wet
Height: 2 feet
Blooms: May, June, July
Benefits: Birds, Butterflies, Deer Resistant
Bur Sedge adds bright green color and interesting seed heads to gardens with many growing conditions. Plant singularly or in small groups.