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This North American native sedge makes a first-rate ground cover, lawn alternative, or a welcome addition to rock gardens. Its delicate appearance hides an innate toughness and superb adaptability to heat and drought. It handles dry conditions best when planted in shade. Carex eburnea has green, needle-shaped foliage and a clumping habit, and it solves the dilemma of finding the right plant for shade gardens. The inconspicuous blooms arise in late spring. Its native habitat consists of conifer or mixed forests, often on limestone bluffs and ledges where it gets sharp drainage. Takes drier conditions with more shade. While Bristle-Leaf Sedge appreciates neutral to alkaline soils, it’s done well in our acidic, central North Carolina soils. Carex eburnea is listed as endangered in several Northeastern states. We’re pleased grow it and to promote its use in the landscape.
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