Fiber Optics Plant
Ornamental grasses and grasslike plants, Perennials
A 6–10-in. bundle of tiny green fiber optic cables would make an uncanny likeness of this sedge. Native from the British Isles to North Africa, it eventually becomes about twice as wide as high. Small brown flower spikelets appear all year at the ends of the drooping, threadlike green stems. Occasional division will keep it small. An ideal plant for the edge of a shallow pond, it also makes a good container plant, especially when placed where you can see its blooms.
Native to Arizona, western Texas, New Mexico, and northern Mexico. Densely tufted plant, similar to
From Japan and Korea. Like T. jasminoides but has smaller leaves in darker, duller green...
California native of variable appearance, with glossy bluish green foliage and crowded spikes of narro...