• Mississippi National River and Recreation Area

    Mississippi

    National River & Recreation Area Minnesota

Pointed Broom Sedge

Description: Perennial, 0.5-3 ' tall. Stems erect, triangular in cross-section, rough. Leaves are slender, light green about 1/8 " inch wide and usually much shorter than the stem. Flowers are straw colored or pale brown and occur on ends of stems.

Habitat: Found on open swamps, wet meadows and on shorelines throughout much of the United States.

Flowers blooms from July - October.

 
Pointed Broom Sedge
 

Pointed Broom Sedge
Carex scoparia

Did You Know?

The mississippi river at night.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, more than 50 cities rely on the Mississippi River for their daily water supply.