Sedge - Appalachica Sedge
Very fine, dark green, weeping blades, 12" long. Evergreen in warmer climates. Appalachian Sedge is a native to the Eastern U.S. Clumping nature-spreading slowly- makes it suitable for borders. A good ground cover in dry shade. White inflorescences in late Spring are followed by seed heads. Carex appalachica will grow in average, dry soil. Prefers medium to dry soil. Will tolerate drying out with regular watering. Use for ground cover, mass plantings, naturalizing, erosion control on slopes, borders, lawn substitute in dry shade and woodland areas. Natural habitat - often found growing under oak trees.
Shade to Part Shade
Evergreen in warm climates
Native to Eastern U.S.
Clumping habit -spreads slowly
A good shade lawn substitute
Bloom brown and insignificant - late Spring
Excellent ground cover for dry shade
Height: 6-8 Inches
Spread: 12-18 Inches
Hardiness Zone: 3 - 8
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Plants arrived on schedule and were all beautiful specimens.
All plants arrived healthy,moist, and packaged with care