Douglas's sagewort is a three-four foot perennial that forms a 3-4 foot wide patch and has the fragrance of sage. It is found on woodland edges, stream banks, ditch banks, road cuts or other disturbed areas. It also tolerates sand and seasonal flooding. The flowers are wind pollinated
Chamisso sedge is natives to western North America and is found in many types of habitats. It can tolerate drier conditions than most of our native sedges. It grows in wet prairies but also on forest edges.
This annual can often overwinter as a perennial in mild winters. It can be found in a variety of wet habitats from meadows to vernal pools to bogs where other vegetation is sparse. It has delicate, finely dissected leaves with blue-green cast, flowers are green. Sanguisorba sp. are known for their high forage value for wildlife species.