Friday, June 25, 2010

The Vibrating Grass Sedge

Vibrating Grass Sedge (Carex brizoides) is a plant which belongs to the cypergrassenfamilie (Cyperaceae). The species is on the Dutch Red List of plants as very rare and stable or increased. The plant is native to Europe.

The plant is 30-60 cm in height and produces long rhizomes. The stem leaves are 1.5 to 3 mm wide and much longer than the overhang, sharply triangular stem.

Vibrating sedge grass flowers in April and May with a 2-3 cm long inflorescence, consisting of four to eight acres. The ears are curved at flowering. Bottom of the ear are the male flowers. The kafjes are witvliezig to straw colored, with a green keel. It is unclear faced urntje narrow wing edges, is 3-4 mm long and tapers very gradually in the bill. It is a kind urntje bract containing the fruit is. The female flower has two stamps.

The fruit is a lens-shaped nut.

The plant is found in damp and shady places.


See also: International Flower Delivery, Florist

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