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Home > Landscaping > Native Plants for Western Washington Gardens and Restoration Projects



Carex stipata

Sawbeak Sedge

Flower color: green


Growth Form: Graminoid.

Carex stipata
Photo © Starflower Foundation
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Ethnobotanical Uses and Other Facts
Name Info: The species name stipata means with a stipe or stalk and probably refers to the stub-stalked base of the perigynia (the inflated sac enclosing achenes in sedges).


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