Carex 'Everest' £3.50
A new variegated form with bright creamy white stripes and creamy green flowers to 15cm in early spring. Neat clumps for shade or part shade.
Add to Basket Carex 'Evergold' £3.00
Listed under both C. hachijoensis and C. oshimensis this plant has a rich green foliage broadly centred creamy yellow. Clump forming to 20cm high and 40cm across. Not dry soil.
Add to Basket Carex 'Silver Sceptre' £3.00
Low growing semi-evergreen clumps of creamy-white variegated foliage to 15cm. Average soil in sun or shade, slowly spreading clumps but well behaved.
Add to Basket Carex buchananii £3.50
Stiffly upright when young, becoming more arching with age. Narrow rich reddish brown leaves to 60cm. Does best in sun, average to moist soil.
Carex caryophyllea 'The Beatles' £3.00
Low growing mats of bright green leaves and short stems carrying heads of rich brown flowers in spring. Good groundcover for good soil in sun or shade. 15cm.
Carex comans 'Frosted Curls' £3.00
Lovely bright whitish green, fine foliage that bleaches to a creamy buff on the tips. Neat clumps to 30cm. For average soil in sun or part shade.
Carex comans 'Grayassina' £3.00
A new form with a rather dodgy name! This has fine greyish brown foliage and small heads of brown flowers on very long trailing stems. Average to good soil in sun. 30cm.
Carex conica 'Kiku-sakura' £3.00
A neat, evergreen, ornamental sedge with white variegated foliage and flowers in early spring to 15cm. Ideal for good soil in shade.
Add to Basket Carex cuprina £3.00
I'm not convinced about the name but this evergreen sedge makes clumps of rich green leaves to 20cm and produces masses of brownish-yellow flowers in early summer up to 80cm. Shade, ordinary soil.
Add to Basket Carex divulsa ssp. leersii £3.00
Clumps of long, fine bright green foliage and delicate summer flowers to 20cm. Ordinary soil in sun or shade. British native so very hardy.
Carex glauca £4.00
Broad blue-grey leaves are nearly evergreen in average to moist soil in light shade. Insignificant flowers in spring to 30cm. Confusion over the correct name but it is a lovely plant!
Add to Basket Carex kaloides £3.50
An unusual species from New Zealand with upright orange-brown leaves in clumps to 35cm. Good, moist soil in sun.
Carex lurida 'Silver' £4.00
Evergreen clumps of fresh silvery green foliage produce stems to 60cm with several spikes of drooping flowers/seeds. Ordinary to moist soil in sun or shade.
Add to Basket Carex mertensii NNS 07-98 £3.50
Collected in the Western Cascades, Clackamas Co., Oregon. Clumps of greyish green foliage and pretty flowers on arching stems to 60cm. Good soil in sun or light shade. Early new growth is attractive.
Carex morrowii 'Fisher's Form' £4.00
Evergreen rosettes of stiff leaves with creamy yellow margins. Excellent edging plant for shady borders or mass planted for groundcover under shrubs/trees. Small creamy flowers in spring. Average soil in shade. 20cm.
Add to Basket Carex morrowii 'Gilt' £4.00
Yellowish cream edged foliage on this excellent groundcover for shade or part shade. 30cm. Average to drained soil.
Carex morrowii 'Ice Dance' £3.00
Creamy margined foliage with a spreading habit. Excellent groundcover for part shade and worth growing in containers in the shade. 30cm.
Carex morrowii 'Variegata' £4.00
Green leaves are narrowly edged greyish white, 30cm.
Add to Basket Carex muskingumensis 'Little Midge' £4.00
A very dwarf form of the North American Palm Sedge. Stems with whorls of tiny leaves are topped with golden brown flowers in summer. Best in good soil in shade or part shade. 20cm.
Add to Basket Carex muskingumensis 'Oehme' £3.50
A hardy sedge with a tropical look. Golden yellow margins to the rich green palm-like foliage on stems to 40cm. Chestnut brown flowers are produced in summer on the tops of the stems.
Add to Basket Carex nigra 'On-Line' £3.00
A variable creamy yellow variegation lifts the grey-green foliage on this form of the native Black Sedge. Creeping tufts to 30cm high, but it never seems to make too much of itself. Good to moist sioil in sun or light shade.
Add to Basket Carex normalis £3.50
A rare North American species related to C muskingumensis producing clumps of upright stems with bright green leaves arranged like a palm. Flower spikes are clusters of rounded spikelets up to 50cm although it grows much taller in its native habitat. Moist soil in sun.
Add to Basket Carex obnupta £4.00
Loose clumps of evergreen, arching, deep green foliage. Upright stems arch at the tops bearing showy blackish flowers in early summer. Good soil in sun. 1m.
Add to Basket Carex oshimensis £4.00
Clumps of shiny, bright green foliage for a year-round effect. Useful as a container plant or edging/groundcover under shrubs or trees. 30cm. Good soil in shade or part shade.
Carex pendula 'Cool Jazz' £4.50
A recent introduction this form has green leaves with cream, silver and pale yellow stripes. Not spectacular but a good subtle variegation. Usual flowers on stems to 1.5m. Shade.