Variegated broad-leaved sedge has no flowers, but its attractive leaves are the shade of a green apple -- bright and beautiful. These plants add color and pop to a garden.
Broad green leaves generously striped in cream make this compact sedge a fine ornamental accent. Unlike many sedges, it tolerates shade and a moist soil, though it will also grow happily in sun. The handsome leaves will bring a touch of sunlight into a shady spot.
Variegated Broad-Leaved Sedge Quick Facts
Scientific Name: Carex siderostricta 'Variegata'
Common Name: Variegated broad-leaved sedge
Plant Type: Perennial
Growing Zones for Variegated Broad-Leaved Sedge: Hardy to zone 4