Japanese Sedge (Carex)

Japanese sedge (Carex) in the garden

Zones: 5 to 9
Light: Part Shade to Sun
Bloom Time: Foliage Only
Height: 12″ to 24″
Spread: 12″ to 24″

Japanese Sedge (Carex) has delicate, slender leaves in lime green or yellow that produce a tidy mound of arching attractive foliage.

The leaves are evergreen in most locations and add a bright pop of color to the winter garden.

Especially if you mass a few together to make a ground cover or border.

Carex is a low maintenance plant that is deer resistant and has few pest or disease problems.

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Note that there is one species of Japanese sedge (Carex kobomugi) which is invasive in the north-eastern United States and should be avoided in those locations.

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