Showing 12 types of SEDGE
Latin Name: Cyperus Compressus
A native of North America, and found throughout most of the eastern United States and as far west as New Mexico, as well as in Hawaii, Mexico, and the West Indies.
Latin Name: Cyperus Retrorsus
A native plant in southeastern North America, now found from New York to Florida, and west to Texas and Oklahoma.
Latin Name: Kyllinga Gracillima
Native to the United States and Latin America, and found in the U.S. from Arkansas east to Georgia and north to New York. It also occurs in Hawaii.
Latin Name: Cyperus Croceus
A native plant in eastern North America, occurring from Pennsylvania south throughout Florida, and west to Texas, Oklahoma and Missouri. It also occurs in Latin America and the West Indies as well as eastern Asia.
Latin Name: Kyllinga Brevifolia
Native to either the American Tropics or Old World tropical areas, and now found throughout the southwestern United States and in Hawaii. It is becoming a major problem in ornamental plantings, and in turf, where it quickly and aggressively crowds out desirable grasses.
Latin Name: Cyperus Rotundus
Native to Europe, but now thoroughly spread around the world on all continents. In North America it is found primarily in the southern states from California to Florida, and north to Missouri and New York, as well as a few other states. It occurs in the West Indies, Hawaii, and throughout Latin America.
Latin Name: Cyperus Ligularis
Native to southeastern United States and the West Indies, and found in Florida, Mississippi, California, and Latin America, as well as in Africa.
Latin Name: Cyperus Surinamensis
Native to the southeastern United States, and found from Florida and South Carolina west to Texas and Oklahoma, as well as in the West Indies and throughout Latin America.
Latin Name: Cyperus Polystachyos
Native to southeastern United States and Latin America, but found throughout the world in tropical habitats. In the U.S. it is found from Maine to Florida, west to Texas and Missouri, and in Hawaii. It also is in the West Indies, Asia, and Europe.
Latin Name: Kyllinga Pumila
Native to North America, and found throughout most of the eastern half of the U.S. from Kansas and Texas east to New York and Florida, and south throughout Latin America and the West Indies.
Latin Name: Kyllinga Nemoralis
Native to Asia, and introduced to Hawaii, where it is a common turf weed, and even may be used as a turf substitute in some situations.
Latin Name: Cyperus Esculentus
Native to the Old World, but now spread throughout the world, including all of the United States, much of Canada, and south through the tropical areas of South America. It is one of the most important weed pests in the U.S. and much of the rest of the world.