Japanese sedge (Carex morrowii

Japanese sedge is a sedge that typically grows in a dense, grass-like clump. It is native to low alpine areas in Japan. This evergreen sedge is typically grown for its attractive shape and foliage. Plants feature stiff, flat, narrow, long-pointed, solid green leaves. Brownish flowers (lack petals and sepals) are short-lived and inconspicuous.

Winterhardy evergreen perennial 
Height 30/40 cm
Width 20-30 cm
Spacing 15-30 cm/ 7-10 pc/m2
Flowering time V-VI
Site part shade to full shade, moist, fertile, medium to wet soils.
Propagation division 
Cleaning from old dead leaves spring
Avalability 2021
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