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A graceful, native sedge for masses, slopes, and as a lawn alternative. Fine-textured Carex appalachica is native to woodlands in the U.S. from Maine to South Carolina and east to Kentucky, where it is considered endangered. Appalachian Sedge is a true clump grower. Its narrow foot-long foliage lies in a sweeping mound six inches from the ground. When planted in masses or on slopes, the weeping foliage appears to curve, swirl and intermingle in a beautiful display of motion. Found naturally in dry to mesic deciduous forests, it’s best with some shade, particularly in warmer regions. Carex appalachica makes a great low-maintenance lawn substitute as it will grow under many conditions, as long as it is planted in dry to average soil. Appalachian Sedge does best with some shade, particularly in warmer regions.
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