Carex paniculata

£7.99

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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Pot Size

9 cm

How many plants will I need?

1 – 3 Plants Per Square Metre

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Description

These ornamental grasses are mostly evergreen: Comb or rake off any old, tired or dead leaves and flowers in spring. If needed this sedge can be cut back hard at almost any time from late winter through to summer.

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