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James Burghardt

(Golden Sedge, Japanese Sedge, Morrow's Sedge)

Morrow's sedge is an evergreen, herbaceous perennial that originates from Japan. This tidy and attractive shade-loving plant forms grassy, mop-like clumps of medium green. Hardy and vigorous, it mixes well with other perennials for shade and is easy to grow if provided with organic-rich, evenly moist soil. Enjoy it massed as a groundcover or planted along the edge of a shaded border. Though evergreen, it is best to shear back plants in late winter to allow for a flush of clean fresh growth.

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James H. Schutte

(Ice Dance Sedge, Japanese Sedge, Morrow's Sedge)

Ice dance sedge is an evergreen, herbaceous perennial that originates from Japan. This tidy and attractive shade-loving plant forms grassy, mop-like, spreading clumps of dark green foliage edged in white. Hardy and vigorous, it mixes well with other perennials for shade and is easy to grow if provided with organic-rich, evenly moist soil. Enjoy it massed as a groundcover or planted along the edge of a shaded border. Though evergreen, it is best to shear back plants in late winter to allow for a flush...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Sedge, Morrow's Sedge, Silver Scepter Sedge)

Silver scepter sedge is an evergreen, herbaceous perennial that originates from Japan. This tidy and attractive shade-loving plant forms grassy, mop-like clumps of medium green foliage edged with silvery white. Hardy and vigorous, it mixes well with other perennials for shade and is easy to grow if provided with organic-rich, evenly moist soil. Enjoy it massed as a groundcover or planted along the edge of a shaded border. Though evergreen, it is best to shear back plants in late winter to allow for...

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TL

(Japanese Sedge, Morrow's Sedge, Variegated Sedge)

This pretty sedge will brighten up any shade garden. Variegated Japanese sedge is a evergreen to semi-evergreen herbaceous perennial. Its neat clump of grass-like blades are medium green with a thin white edge. These remain attractive all season and compliment many other perennials for shade.

Japanese sedge grows best in partial sun to shade and prefers organic-rich soil with even moisture. It's an easy care plant that works well in containers, massed as a ground cover, or along the edge of a...

(Japanese Sedge, Morrow's Sedge)

Morrow's sedge is an evergreen, herbaceous perennial that originates from Japan. This tidy and attractive shade-loving plant forms grassy, mop-like clumps of medium green. Hardy and vigorous, it mixes well with other perennials for shade and is easy to grow if provided with organic-rich, evenly moist soil. Enjoy it massed as a groundcover or planted along the edge of a shaded border. Though evergreen, it is best to shear back plants in late winter to allow for a flush of clean fresh growth.

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Sedge, Morrow's Sedge, Variegated Sedge)

Morrow's sedge is an evergreen, herbaceous perennial that originates from Japan. This tidy and attractive shade-loving plant forms grassy, mop-like clumps of medium green. Hardy and vigorous, it mixes well with other perennials for shade and is easy to grow if provided with organic-rich, evenly moist soil. Enjoy it massed as a groundcover or planted along the edge of a shaded border. Though evergreen, it is best to shear back plants in late winter to allow for a flush of clean fresh growth.

Image of Carex muskingumensis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Muskingum Sedge, Palm Sedge)

Named for the Muskingum River in Ohio, this Great Lakes native bears its grassy leaves in papyrus-like whorls along lax knee-high "stems" (properly known as culms). The bright green leaves become yellow-tinged in full sun. Plants spread slowly by underground rhizomes to form large clumps. Modestly attractive golden brown inflorescences appear at the culm tips in June and persist through the summer.

Muskingum sedge is very tolerant of wet soil, requiring it in full sun. It is an excellent candidate...

(Ice Fountains Palm Sedge, Muskingum Sedge, Palm Sedge)

Native to the Great Lakes region of Central North America, palm sedge bears its grassy leaves in papyrus-like whorls along lax knee-high "stems" (properly known as culms). The bright green leaves of the cultivar 'Ice Fountains' have broad white mid-stripes. The leaves become yellow-tinged in full sun. Plants spread slowly by underground rhizomes to form large clumps. Modestly attractive golden brown inflorescences appear at the culm tips in June and persist through the summer.

Muskingum sedge...

(Little Midge Palm Sedge, Muskingum Sedge, Palm Sedge)

Native to the Great Lakes region of Central North America, palm sedge bears its bright green grassy leaves in papyrus-like whorls along lax "stems" (properly known as culms). A true dwarf form, 'Little Midge' possesses leaves and culms that are less than half the size of those of most other palm sedges. The leaves become yellow-tinged in full sun. Plants spread slowly by underground rhizomes to form large clumps. Modestly attractive golden brown inflorescences appear at the culm tips in June and...

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James H. Schutte

(Muskingum Sedge, Oehme Palm Sedge, Palm Sedge)

Native to the Great Lakes region of Central North America, palm sedge bears its grassy leaves in papyrus-like whorls along lax knee-high "stems" (properly known as culms). The bright green leaves of the cultivar 'Oehme' develop bright yellow margins in summer. The leaf centers become yellow-tinged in full sun. Plants spread slowly by underground rhizomes to form large clumps. Modestly attractive golden brown inflorescences appear at the culm tips in June and persist through the summer.

Muskingum...