|Soil Type||Adaptable, Well Drained|
|Mature Height||1 Foot|
|Mature Width||1-2 Feet|
The Carex Evergold Sedge is a compact, mounded grass-like plant with a lot to offer your landscape!
Creamy yellow foliage is variegated with thin deep green edges. The blades of this sedge arch out and back in for a fabulous curvy look that really stands out. The Carex Evergold is around 1 foot tall and up to about 2 feet wide. A small, but mighty landscape choice that takes up minimal space, but adds huge color and flair!
Carex Evergold Sedge is a mounded grass-like perennial that is very low maintenance. This cold hardy sedge grows well in part sun to full shade and is adaptable to a variety of soils including wet soil. This perennial does prefer moist soil, but is more drought tolerant than other sedges. Carex Evergold rarely encounters problems with pests and disease and is even deer tolerant.
You are going to love the look of the Carex Evergold in your landscape! Stellar style, stunning shape, rich texture, bold color and easy care all in a compact plant. What more could you want? Order yours today!
Note: If you purchase this grass in fall-winter, it may be cut back for the plant’s health. If your grass is cut back, don’t worry - it will grow even happier and healthier next spring!
How To Divide This Sedge
Using 2 garden forks facing away from eachother, you can pry the rootball apart to create new plants in spring to early summer.
What Plants Go Well With This Ornamental Grass?
Pair with junipers, japanese maples, and darker grasses in rock gardens.
Where Should I Plant Evergold Sedge?
Plant this ornamental grass in borders, rock gardens or use as groundcover.
Carex Evergold Sedge is a moundedgrass-like perennial that is very low maintenance.
Be sure to plant your Carex Evergold in growing zones 5 to 10. This sedge grows well in part sun to full shade and is adaptable to a variety of soils including wet soil. Water deeply once or twice weekly when newly planted to help the roots grow properly. This perennial does prefer moist soil, but is more drought tolerant than other sedges. Add 2 to 3 inches of mulch to help the soil retain moisture and protect the roots from extreme temps. Fertilize with a slow release, balanced fertilizer in spring for optimal growth. Prune back your Sedge to about 2 inches if you are in an area where the grass dies back. New growth will emerge in spring. Carex Evergold rarely encounters problems with pests and disease and is deer tolerant.
This small, mounded perennial can be added virtually anywhere in the landscape for a stunning pop of golden color! Plant your Carex Evergold in mixed beds and gardens to kick them up a notch! Pair with Junipers, Japanese Maples, and darker grasses in rock gardens. It can even function as a groundcover. For a bold and colorful look, plant in groups or as a border. Plant each Carex Evergold Sedge about 1.5 feet apart for a tight border and 2.5 to 3 feet apart to showcase each individual plant. This sedge can be planted in containers for a truly extraordinary look.