Latin Name: Carex pendula
Synonyms: Carex maxima
Common Name: 'Weeping Sedge'
A UK native. Gracefully arching stems of yellowish catkin-like, drooping flowers are formed over large, robust, evergreen clumps of fairly broad, dark green leaves. Jun-Aug. H120cm S90cmCare Instructions/Tips:
A tough plant, this woodland sedge prefers a moist soil in semi-shade. It will however tolerate most conditions, even dry soil once established, and often self-seeds. Great for growing under trees with ferns and sweet woodruff..
Grasses & Bamboos, Good for dry shade, Good for partial shade, Good for shade, Good for sun, Good for boggy soil, Good for clay, Good for dry soil, Good for well-drained soil, Yellow flowers, Good for autumn, Good for summer, 90cm to 1.2m
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