Grass: Carex appalachica 'Sedge'

Appalachian Sedge

  • Native to dry deciduous forests of Eastern North America
  • Tidy, clumping habit good for containers or featuring in rock garden or stump
  • Can grow in root zone of trees
  • Fountaining, dramatic arch of very fine leaves (less than 1/8" wide)
  • Few inconspicuous flower spikes in late spring
  • Adaptable to almost any growing condition that offers soil drainage
  • Great native substitute for Liriope and Mondo Grass
  • Butterfly host plant
  • Height: 8-12 in

Appalachian Sedge Characteristics & Attributes:

Exposure
Soil Moisture
Foliage Color
Attributes
Attracts Wildlife
Critter Resistance
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