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Re: Nut Sedge

Nut-sedge, nut-grass - Cyperus rotundus, 'often a troublesome weed, Fla to
Tex and Mex, n. to Va and locally to s. NY...(naturalized from Eurasia)'.
 So, technically, it's actually a sedge.

This is an old reference - probably more widespread by now.  Most of the
time, it's too dry in my gravel patch for it to do well - sounds like that
may become a good indicator for when I have a good growing site for iris!

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA

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