Baltimore sedge source?
I read Brooklyn Botanic Garden's little book, Easy Lawns (the pertinent chapter is online, "Sedge Lawns" at http://www.bbg.org/gardening/article/sedge_lawns), which was written in 1999--which is to say, the list of sources for the plants they mention needs updating.
Re Carex senta, the chapter says:
Discovered originally by Briar Hoffman growing in the lawn of a church in Towson, Maryland, Baltimore sedge is one of the best low-growing, lawn-forming sedges for deep shade. Treat this sedge as you would C. texensis. Plant plugs 6 to 8 inches on center. Like all sedges, plugs of Baltimore sedge planted in spring or fall will establish quickly.
I'm interested in giving this sedge a trial, but I can't find any sources for Carex senta. Is it available anywhere, to anyone's knowledge?