Creeping Spikerush (Native)
Perennial, ½ – 2 ft. tall, grass-like, strongly-rhizomatous, sod-forming, cool-season, wetland plant that occurs commonly in wet meadows, seeps, marshes, springs and lake and stream margins on sites that are generally either seasonally or permanently flooded from low to high elevations. Grows best on fine textured soils and is moderately tolerant to saline and alkali conditions. Palatable, good forage for wildlife and livestock and good habitat for wildlife. Valuable for wetland and riparian restoration and soil stabilization along streams and ponds. Plant spring or fall ¼ inch deep. 700,000 seeds/lb.