Carex fascicularis

Description
Carex fascicularis, a sedge that grows on the coastal and inland areas on the edge of fresh and brackish water - to 100mm deep. Carex fascicularis is generally softer to touch than its cousin Carex appressa. The plant overall has an attractive ornamental appeal that would be suitable for native and ornamental ponds and water features.

Lime green arching to weeping foliage that is generally softer to touch.
Dimensions
H: 700mm—1 metre W: 700mm—1 metre
Flowering
Flowers and seed heads are a pendulous foxtail like tassel
Aspect
Carex fascicularis grows in full sun to 50% shade. Occurs in coastal and inland climates. Foliage will die off in winter under frost and re-shoot again in Spring.
Soil Type
Overall, the plant has an attractive ornamental appeal that would be suitable for native and ornamental ponds and water features.
Maintenance
Trim foliage at the end of Winter to remove old foliage and spent flowers.
Available Sizes
Viro-cells and Viro-tubes
Planting Rates
Available as Viro-cells and Viro-tubes.