Carex testacea

Common Name : carex testaceaType : Grass-likeHabit : Clump-formingFoliage : EvergreenHeight : 0.5-1 metresSpread : 0.5-1 metresFlower colour : BrownFlowering from : Mayto AugustFoliage colour : Green& OrangeHardiness : H5
Hardy in most places throughout the UK even in severe winters -15° to -10°
Sunlight : Full Sun / Part ShadeMoisture : Well-drained / Moist but well-drainedSoilSeason of interest : Spring - Summer - Autumn - WinterTo be Sheltered Fragrant

One of the hardiest of the New Zealand Hair Sedges, this species forms pleasing mounds of narrow, bronzy-orange leaves. The soft wig-like texture and unusual colour make this an interesting specimen. Especially nice in a rock garden or containers, surrounded by low green or silvery groundcovers. Good winter interest. Self-sown seedlings often appear, or clumps may be increased by dividing in early spring.


C07

2016.- Planted between the roots of the fir tree!

See on garden plan