These plants must be picked up from the nursery as they are unsuitable to post.
Attractive, low maintenance sedge grass.
Tall sedge grass is commonly used in re vegetation projects but it also looks fantastic in modern landscaping projects.
Even though it is from wetland areas, it grows well in garden beds in either full sun or up to 50% shade. In spring it produces attractive rust coloured seed heads.
Ideally you should trim the sedge by about half its height about every two years to keep it looking neat and tidy.
The plants listed here are mature plants in 200mm pots. They can grow to 1m tall, but we keep ours trimmed to about 45cm tall in pots.
We also have these in 140mm pots.