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    Grown for its bright green foliage, this lovely dwarf selection is similar in most respects to the taller Carex muskingumensis except smaller in all its parts. Happy in sunny open or part shade. Average to damp soils. Great in pots. Perfectly formed at 10cm – 15cm.

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    Palm sedge. Slowly increasing mounds of architectural, narrow light green leaves & brown pom pom like flowerheads during summer. Happy in sun or light shade. Average to damp soils. Height; 50cm – 60cm.

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    Greater Tussock Sedge. A native of the UK and Europe this sedge forms large mounds of attractive gently pendulous green foliage, and as they mature gradually form a distinctive central trunk. Will grow in a range of soil types and from occasional damp to waters edge. Happiest in open conditions it may tolerate some light shade. Height; 1.2 – 1.5m.

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    Native sedge which can form dense clumps of tough dark green pendulous foliage. Tall graceful flowering stems with drooping yellow catkin like flowers. Sun, shade, wet or dry. Great for tough conditions but can re-seed vigorously. Height; 1.2m – 1.5m (up to 1.8m in flower in good soils).

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    A lovely native sedge forming attractive mounds of bright green leaves which can be topped with short widely spaced pale yellow flower spikes in spring. Long lived, durable, and will do well in some sun or shade. Soils not too dry. Height; 30cm – 50cm.

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    Striking slightly pendulous clumps of attractive orange-bronze to green foliage changing subtly throughout the seasons. Especially effective in pots & containers. Best foliage colour in sun. Soils not too winter wet. Height; 40cm – 60cm.

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    Long established free flowering form of pampas with many handsome heads of large off white flowers in late summer. Makes a large plant but is compact in comparison to the largest forms. Sunny open spot. Height; 2.1m – 2.4m.

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    Toe Toe. Perhaps the most graceful of all the pampas with tall elegantly curving, gently nodding flowerheads produced relatively early in the season above tough mounds of evergreen foliage. Sun or light shade. Most soils. Height 2.4m – 2.7m.

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    Tufted Hair Grass. This native grass forms neat mounds of dark green foliage completely obscured from summer onwards by billowing masses of cloud like flowers. Both flowers and leaves dry beige by later summer. Sun to light shade. Happy in average to quite damp soils. Height; 90cm – 1.2m.

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    Long established form of the native Deschampsia cespitosa producing spikes of initially purplish, relatively golden pendant like heads of flower held above dark green clumps of foliage. Both flowers and leaves dry beige by later summer. Happy in average to quite damp soils. Sun or light shade. Height; 90cm – 1.2m.

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    Long established form of the native Deschampsia cespitosa producing spikes of initially purplish, relatively golden pendant like heads of flower held above dark green clumps of foliage. Both flowers and leaves dry beige by later summer. Happy in average to quite damp soils. Sun or light shade. Height; 90cm – 1.2m.

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    Lovely form of  native grass producing masses of tiny light and airy silvery green flowers that gradually dry to form a golden veil later in the summer. Happy in average to wet soils. Sun or light shade. Height 90cm – 1.2m