Carex Amphibola, Creek Sedge
The Creek Sedge produces leaves that are thin and dark green. It also produces very distinct clumps. It adapts quite easily to many different types of soil and blooms in the early spring. It has an unique look to it and adds a really nice appeal to any garden space. It is ideal for adding some extra privacy to your yard and is perfect for adding a nice accent to your home or garden. It also makes a lovely focal point and can screen unsightly any spots. It also serves as a nice slope stabilizer. It is definitely a must-have for any garden.
Creek Sedge will give an area a very natural look and will bring dark green color to a natural area. This grass is fast growing and will cover a large area. Creek Sedge will grow well around lakes and ponds where the soil is moist and deep.
The Creek sedge looks similar to grass and can grow in large clumps. The height on this small is small, but it can take up an area in no time. It is often used around gardens and driveways as a border. It looks great planted around as a border and with rocks as the outline. In the end of winter, preferably in March this plant can be cut down to around 3 inches tall to promote new growth. It can tolerate dry conditions.
Creek Sedge will look very natural in a large natural area
Creek Sedge is a fast grower and will look great around bodies of water and in natural areas. Creek Sedge will grow best where the soil is moist. It also does well in normal soil conditions. The Creek Sedge is a fast growing grass.