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Sedge, Frank’s

Carex frankii

Provides food for waterfowl, songbirds & muskrats; wide-bladed leaves are palatable to livestock

Note: Current inventory of this product contains a small percentage of Giant Foxtail.


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Carex frankii  is a native perennial sedge that grows abundantly in Missouri. It prefers moist soil and does best in wet areas in full sun to partial shade. It grows up to 2′ high and often forms dense clumps by spreading rhizomes. The seeds are eaten by waterfowl.

Additional information

Weight N/A

Packet, Ounce, Pound


Full Sun to Part Shade


Average, Moist



Bloom Month

Jun, Jul

Specialty Uses


Cattle Palatability


What is PLS?

Pure Live Seed (PLS) is the portion of good viable seed per pound. It is a measure of the seed that is alive and able to sprout into plants. This product is sold by PLS ounce/pound. To provide one ounce/pound of viable seed, you will receive more than one ounce/pound of product. Read more about PLS here.