New Zealand Orange Sedge
Ornamental grasses and grasslike plants, Perennials
Large group of grasslike, clumping plants found worldwide and grown for foliage effect in borders, rock gardens, containers, water gardens (flowers are generally insignificant); some are used as lawn substitutes, as large-scale ground covers, or for erosion control. Long, narrow evergreen leaves are often striped or oddly colored. Specialists offer many varieties. Although characteristically found in damp soils, many sedges will grow under relatively dry conditions in cultivation. Many are short lived in gardens so are used as annuals.Carex testacea
From New Zealand. To 2 ft. tall, 3 ft. wide. Widely arching clumps of light green and reddish brown foliage; leaves develop red and orange highlights in good light. Some tendency to self-seed and spread under moist conditions. Often short lived.
Low growing, seldom more than 1 1/2 ft. high; spreads by underground runners to 8 ft. or more. Branche...
From New Zealand. To 2 ft. tall, 3 ft. wide. Widely arching clumps of light green and reddish brown fo...
Native to New Zealand. Grows 15 in. high, 3 ft. wide, with dark, graceful, fine-textured foliage that ...