Fox sedge plants are grasses that form tall, grassy clumps with flowers and distinctive seedpods that make them ornamental. If you are thinking of planting an easy-maintenance perennial grass, you’ll want to consider growing fox sedge. This article will help.
Japanese sedge plants are low growing, clumping plants, with a tidy habit and tolerance to both bright and semi-shady locations. For versatile beauty, try growing Japanese sedge as a border, groundcover or accent plant. Learn more about growing it here.
Gray's sedge care is minimal and as a landscape plant it is outstanding near a pond or water feature. Click on the following article for some more Gray's sedge information to see if this plant is right for your garden. Learn more here.
Sedge plants are drought tolerant, easy to grow and practically maintenance free. They will also bring texture and movement to any area of the landscape. Learn more about the types of sedge and how to grow them in this article.
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