1 Pure sedge was harvested for ridge thatching as it was more flexible than reed.
2 Sedge warblers sang exulting in the willow scrub.
3 Just one wide awake sedge warbler sang solo as stars began to twinkle in the darkening night sky.
4 Reed and sedge warblers were the dominant songsters.
5 Tufts of sand sedge, precisely spaced, pushed through the sandy soil from nodules on long underground roots.
6 A sedge was ablaze with yellow spikes.
7 Meyer Sedge fiber is a new type of green fiber.
8 Sedge is similar in appearance to grass but has a solid rather than a hollow stem.
9 European sedge having small edible nutlike tubers.
10 Sedge grows in marshes or near water.
11 With increasing stocking rates, the number of sedge family species which are drought-resistance and inedible by livestock showed increasing numbers.
12 Chinese sedge yielding edible bulb-shaped tubers.
13 European maritime sedge naturalized along Atlantic coast of United States; rootstock has properties of sarsaparilla.
14 European sedge having rough - edged leaves and spikelets of reddish flowers and aromatic roots.
15 Sedge can easily be told from reed, rush or grass, as sedge has a sharp triangular-sectioned stem.
16 Wintery conditions disappeared and summer-like spells brought hatches of black gnat and sedge particularly towards the dam end of the reservoir.
17 Wild sarsaparilla, wild oats, Solomon's seal and a host of understory plants die off; grass-like species such as Pennsylvania sedge take over.
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19 And this is why I sojourn here Alone and palely loitering Though the sedge is withered from the lake,(www.Sentencedict.com) And no Birds sing.
20 Pink and chum salmon carcasses lie tangled in linguine strands of tidal sedge.
21 Victims have ranged from the great auk and the lynx to the humble blue stag beetle and Davall's sedge.
22 The rain and mist can't mask the funky rot. Pink and chum salmon carcasses lie tangled in linguine strands of tidal sedge.
23 Watch out for the rare broad-tooth rat, northern corroboree frog and river blackfish in the sedge fens in the valleys and bogs on the peaks.
24 Of monocotyledon there are 270 species of graminaceous plants and 115 species of sedge plants, and of dicotyledon there are 212 legume plants and 54 composite plants.