- Minimum Purchase:
- 10 units
- Bulk Pricing:
- Buy in bulk and save
- Buy 100 - 250 and get 20% off
- Buy 251 - 500 and get 30% off
- Buy 501 - 2500 and get 40% off
- Buy 2501 - 30000 and get 50% off
- Latin Name-Carex Pensylvanica Hardy Zone- 3-8 Mature Height-1ft Sun Or Shade- Partial Shade
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Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
Pennsylvania Sedge,There are a handful of varieties of Sedge plants that have great potential to be used instead of green, Pennsylvania Sedge is one of the most preferred options.
The Pennsylvania Sedge is a plant that has gotten a lot of attention over the last few years, as it has been hailed as one of the best alternatives to traditional grass lawns. While you can utilize the Pennsylvania sedge in strategic ways, such as up against a fence to create a border, or in other areas of a garden, they can be used across the entire lawn in replacement of grass.
Pennsylvania Sedge is similar to grass but is clumped into portions that grow to about six to twelve inches tall. The color of this type of Sedge is green throughout the Spring and Summer months but turns a shade of tan during the colder months. Sedge prefers to be in the sun for the majority of the day, but Pennsylvania Sedge will thrive, even if it only gets a handful of hours of sunlight per day. Depending on what you are trying to do with Pennsylvania Sedge, you will want to water it a bit differently. If you have created a Pennsylvania Sedge lawn, you are typically going to want to water the lawn about the same that you would water a regular grass lawn.
Pennsylvania sedge is an excellent grassy perennial.
This lovely lush plant is a great perennial grass and will re-grow every year after having been planted. This very lovely grass has a gorgeous green leaf color. This grassy sedge produces beautiful small white or pink flowers. This great sedge produces blooms thru ought all of the summer months. Pennsylvania Sedge can be found naturally along many ponds, and some wetlands.