Ornamental grasses and grasslike plants, Perennials, Aquatic
These African natives are sedges–grasslike plants distinguished from true grasses by three-angled, solid stems and very different flowering parts. Valued for striking form, silhouette, shadow pattern.
Most cyperus grow in rich, moist soil or with roots submerged in water. Kept plants groomed by removing dead or broken stems; divided and replanted vigorous plants when the clump becomes too large, saving smaller, outside divisions and discarding the overgrown centers. Beyond their hardiness range, pot up divisions and keep them over the winter as houseplants.Cyperus prolifer
Flowers and long, thin leaves combine to make filmy brown and green clusters on slender stems about 1 1/2 ft. high. Used in Asian-style gardens; sink in pots in water gardens where delicate design of slender, leafless stems will not be lost among larger and coarser plants.
Flowers and long, thin leaves combine to make filmy brown and green clusters on slender stems about 1 ...
Tall, graceful, dark green stems 6–10 ft. high, topped with clusters of green threadlike parts t...
Twining vines noted for clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers and for rich green, glossy, divided leaves;...