Ice Dance Carex Sedge
|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Mature Height||1-2 Feet|
|Mature Width||1-2 Feet|
If you’re looking for a plant that thrives in the shade, you should try the Ice Dance Carex Sedge! This plant loves swampy soil and can grow in erosion-prone pockets. Add lovely shape and color to your yard easily.
This vibrant plant transforms any area where it’s placed! These stunning leaves are outlined in light green, with a deep green center. Its tufted, arching shape injects a little pizzazz into your garden, patio, or walkway.
Since it’s fast-growing, you can enjoy its full height and width in no time! Plus, it grows well in shaded areas. Worried about too much moisture? Don’t worry, this plant thrives off wet soil.
You won’t have to fend off animals, either. This plant is deer-resistant, making it something you can easily enjoy without fear of damage. It’s a hardy variety that gives your yard color throughout the seasons.
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What makes sedge different from other grasses?
“Sedges have edges.” In other words, grasses typically have leaves that are flat and open leaf sheaths. The stems of sedges are generally solid and triangular, however.
Where are the best places to plant this?
It works well as groundcover, an accent plant, in rock gardens, or in containers.
Select an area with moist soil and shade. The Ice Dance tolerates sunlight but it grows most vibrantly with plenty of shade.
When you're ready to plant, dig a hole twice as wide and about 2 inches deeper than the root ball. Place the Ice Dance Sedge Plant, backfill the soil and water thoroughly when planting is complete.
When the soil feels dry down to about 3 inches, water your Ice Dance Sedge Plant. You may need to water more often in hot and dry conditions. Generally, if you plant in a water-prone area or get several inches of rainfall a week, additional watering is unnecessary.
You can fertilize in the spring and again in the fall with 10-5-5 or 20-10-10. Always follow the label directions.