Appalachian Sedge plant is fantastic near a walkway or a porch
Botanical Latin Name: Carex Appalachia
Common name: Appalachian Sedge
Sun Exposure: Partial to full shade
Mature Height: 8 to 10 inches
Spread: 12 to 18 inches
Spacing: 9 to 12 inches
Growth Rate: Moderate
Flowering Time: Bloom time is in late spring, with seeds forming in late spring to early summer. The seeds are not viable for long.
How Long It Flowers: Stays green until winter when it turns to tan
Flower Color: Mid-green blades
Soil Requirements: Plant in well-drained soil but is adaptable to most soil types
Pruning: Cut back aging foliage in late winter
Flower Form: The sedge is an essential plant for soil stabilization. It is usually one of the first plants to show up after a fire.
Appalachian Sedge is an endangered species
It is considered an endangered species in some areas. The sedge makes for a good ground cover in dry areas. Its clumpy habit makes it a good species for a border along a pathway.
Appalachian Sedge hair like texture makes a nice plant for containers and rock gardens as well
This beautiful sedge is a very pretty plant. This plant is a very good grow too. This sedge grows naturally and can be found in eastern North America. This plant grows best in well-drained soils but can adapt more accessible than most other sedge plants. This plant also has small little blooms.