What Is Japanese Sedge – How To Grow Japanese Sedge Plants

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What Is Japanese Sedge – How To Grow Japanese Sedge Plants

By Bonnie L. Grant Fans of ornamental grasses will recognize the value of Japanese sedge (Carex morrowii). What is Japanese sedge? This attractive sedge is useful in a host of landscape applications. There are many cultivars of this beautiful, easy-to-grow plant. Japanese sedge plants are low growing, clumping plants, with a tidy habit and tolerance to both bright and semi-shady locations. For versatile beauty, try growing Japanese sedge as a border, groundcover or accent plant. What is Japanese Sedge? Japanese sedge plants are versatile, compact plants. The main requirement is consistent moisture, making them appropriate for pond margins or water gardens. Once established, the plant is also drought tolerant for brief periods. Another bonus is Japanese sedge care, as it is a low maintenance plant with deer resistance and few pest or disease issues. Japanese sedge plants grows 12 inches (30 cm.) tall or more (Some forms can achieve 24

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