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Fine textured sedge for dry shade.
Carex flacca 'Blue Zinger' is an evergreen sedge with startling, steel-blue, pleated foliage.
Carex flaccosperma, the blue wood sedge, is striking in the shade with its amazing, linear, powder blue foliage.
Mounds of glossy green blades when you need something quiet and lush.
Shapely deep green blades with snowy white edges puts Carex Evercolor 'Everest' at the height of evergreen sedges for the garden.
Carex Evercolor 'Everglow' has a central green stripe with orange margins from fall to winter.
The superlative sedge, Carex Evercolor 'Everillo' emerges lime green, then turns to golden yellow and is evergreen all winter.
Carex 'Everlime' is a sedge with deep green, evergreen leaves edged with lime. Fantastic in pots or the garden.
Yellow and gold striped, not unlike 'Evergold' but with improved form and vigour.
An evergreen sedge, Carex Evercolor 'Eversheen' has boldly contrasting gold and dark green variegation.
An 'Evergold' sport with green and creamy-white foliage.
Carex pensylvanica is a fine textured sedge particularly good in dry shade.
Seersucker sedge (Carex plantaginea) has shiny, broad, puckered foliage for shady spots with black bottlebrush-like flowers.
Silver sedge has broad, powder blue foliage for part shade.
Palm-like habit with variegated foliage for containers, groundcover and dry shade!
Ficinia truncata 'Ice Crystal' is a decorative sedge with green leaves that appear to be outlined in white giving this plant an overall frosty look.
Uncinia rubra 'Belinda's Find' has glossy, dark bronze leaves highlighted with bright cherry red leaf margins.