Red fruited Saw sedge

Gahnia aspera

Red fruited saw sedge

The red seeds of this attractive tussock sedge can be ground for flour, and also provide food and nesting habitat to native birds. The edges of the leaves are serrated and can easily cut skin. A native perennial, it can be found in rainforests, schlerophyll forest and inland woodlands in NSW and QLD
Other Names: swordgrass sawsedge sword grass


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