Carex muskingumensis is a clumping palm sedge that typically grows to 1-2' tall and as wide on generally upright triangular stems adorned with horizontally radiating green leaves variegated with narrow yellow margins. Foliage superficially resembles a small palm tree, hence the common name. Leaves emerge medium green in spring, gradually acquiring thin yellow margins as the growing season progresses. Insignificant flowers appear in late May atop pointed yellow brown spikes which persist into fall.
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