Carex cherokeensis, Cherokee Sedge
Cherokee Sedge will look great and grow great when planted in areas that will have very moist soil conditions but can also grow where the soil is dry. The Cherokee Sedge is a native grass or can be classified as a perennial.
There is no bloom on the Cherokee Sedge; it stays lush and green through the spring and summer months. This sedge is found growing in the southeastern states from Tennessee down to the Gulf States. It is a versatile sedge because it can tolerate both heat and cold weather. It is deer resistant and has long green stems. Most people only plant this around ponds, but with the look, it can be used around natural areas or water gardens.
Cherokee Sedge is an excellent grass for fields and lawns.
This is a very slow spreading grass. Cherokee Sedge also does well in moist and dry soil conditions. Cherokee Sedge is practically maintenance free. It will look beautiful when growing.