A dark green rush-like sedge that is very useful in swampy places, dams, pool and ponds. Native to Australia and New Zealand, this evergreen sedge spreads by rhizomes and can easily be managed as small clumps. Looks best grown in full sun with wet or at least constantly moist soil. 40cm tall.
One of the world's most popular grasses. Beautiful, versatile and nearly carefree. It moves gracefully even in the lightest breeze. Strictly upright to 1.5m. We have always grown this grass and found it's popularity is increasing remarkably in the last few years.
Soft feathery luminous plumes are the feature of this "Diamond Grass'. It is shade tolerant but prefers full sun. Does well on a range of soils with sufficient moisture. Completely dormant in winter. 1.2m.
A close relative to Calamagrostis ‘Karl Forester’, except ‘Overdahm’ is valued for its variegated foliage with cream and green linear markings on each leaf. With slender foliage clump of stiff, narrow leaves up to 1m high, this selection is a little more compact than ‘Karl Forester’. Provides both textural and colour interest in the garden.