The horned beaksedge is a perennial found in the southeastern United States. They are most commonly found in wetlands, swamps, bays, and wet forests. They produce flowers starting in July and all the way through September. This plant is listed as a threatened species in the north and more weedy and invasive in the south.
The horned beaksedge has no known medicinal uses or beneficial properties.
Did You Know:
The horned beaksedge has a medium fire tolerance and has been seen to persist through annual burns.