Carex is the genus name for several species of sedge plants such as New Zealand hair sedge, common oak sedge, blue sedge, green sedge and autumn sedge. All are grass-like plants that are more successfully propagated from rhizome division than from seed.
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Mary Osborne has been an educational quiz writer for over eight years and a short-fiction writer for over 20 years. She also reads and scores essays for several standardized tests, and has written and illustrated two children's books. Her short stories have appeared in literary journals such as "The Minnesota Review" and in the "Orlando Sentinel" newspaper.