A very low maintenance grass that grows around my walkway. I had placed more orders of this kind from TN nursery. Many thanks.
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Texas Sedge replaces grass because of its long, thin, smooth, grass-looking leaves
It is beneficial because it is low maintenance, doesn't need mowing often, and is drought resistant. Texas Sedge has a beautiful yellow-green color and has a delicate and tuft-like appearance.
The reason for the tuft-like appearance is because Texas Sedge grows in clumps, allowing for it to plant in specific areas without the worry that it will spread. Texas Sedge does well with light foot traffic making it a prime to use alongside footpaths and planted throughout bulbs and flowers.
Texas Sedge is a Prime Choice to use Alongside Footpaths as well as Planted Throughout Bulbs and Flowers
However, the wet shade is its most important home. Texas sedge has been used as a lawn grass in Texas because it never needs to be mowed or water once established.
It can withstand light traffic and is quite charming with gardens in mind. Mixed with bulbs or other plants, it gives a lacey look to your beautiful blooming bulbs. It blooms in early spring with tiny fuzzy flowers that catch the wind and sway back and forth.
It has a bright green color and stays that way year-round. Sometimes you'll find it covering forest floors. Anywhere you plant this plant will make a statement.
Texas Sedge, grown in central Texas or places with dry, humid climates, is preferred because it doesn't require much maintenance and often does not require as much mowing as other grasses or turfs would. It has a high tolerance to heat. Planted in a water garden, pond or lake looks perfect and makes it complete.