Carex leptopoda

Carex leptopoda

slender-footed sedge



  • grass-like plant with leaves about a half an inch across 8 to 32 inches tall
  • Grows in moist soil in wooded areas (moist shade)
  • Good for soil stabilization
  • Few locations, seriously threatened
  • Found in shady (especially redwood) sites of Bay hills section
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Redwood RP


1 gallon, Deepot

pollinators Butterflies
growth habit Clumping
dormancy Evergreen
sun Full Shade
flower color Inconspicuous
bloom season Jul
bloom season Jun
bloom season May
water Mod
habitat Oak woodland
sun Part Shade
soil Poor
soil Well-drained

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